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1 Functional Programming Adam Lowery CYB/130 Anastasia Jakubow Day 7
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2 Individual: Functional Programming This script demonstrates the concept of functional programming, by creating three  functions: faherenheit2Celsius(), a function that converts temperatures in the Fahrenheit scale to  Celsius, celsius2Faherenheit(), a function that converts temperatures in the Celsius scale to  Fahrenheit, and scale Select(), which allows the user to choose the starting scale.  The formula  used for the conversion is F = 1.8C+32, where F is Fahrenheit and C is Celsius.  The assignment  calls for the script to be tested by converting 32 degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius and back, to  ensure the output is correct, and to find temperatures at which the conversion does not reverse  correctly. (Fig 1-1) Figure 1-1 shows the script performing the conversion of 32 degrees Fahrenheit to  Celsius, which equals 0 degrees C, and back, which correctly returns 32 degrees F.
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  • Winter '18
  • 32 degrees, Programming paradigm, 0 degrees, 40 degrees, Adam Lowery

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