Project 3 Description.pdf - CSE 230 Project 3 UART Palindrome Checker Learning Objectives \u25cf Create modular code and interface with unfamiliar

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CSE 230 Project 3: UART Palindrome Checker Learning Objectives: Create modular code and interface with unfamiliar modularized code The Task In this project, you will be writing a program that receives a string of characters via the UART, checks if this string is a palindrome, and then uses a print function to print either “Yes” or “No”. A palindrome sequence of characters (typically a word or phrase) that is the same both forwards and backwards. For this project, strings will be terminated using a period (‘.’). You may assume that a string will contain at least one character in addition to a period. You will not need to handle empty strings or strings with only a period. Your program should be able to handle multiple strings sent one after another or concatenated together. For example, the string: “abba. data.” should print “Yes” followed by “No” on the next line. Spaces should be ignored when checking for a palindrome and the palindrome should not be case sensitive. For example, “ A nut for a jar of tuna.” would be considered a palindrome.

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