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# assign2 - COP 3502 Summer 2002 Assignment#2 Due in class...

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Due in class: Wednesday June 19 th 1 ) Write a function that accepts 3 numbers from the user and prints them in decreasing numeric order (i.e., largest, middle, smallest). Do not use a sorting algorithm to do this, just use IF statements to determine the correct output. The algorithm should work like shown below: Enter the first number: 7 Enter the second number: 3 Enter the third number: 4 The numbers, in order, are: 7 4 3 Write a main program that will call your function so that you can test its validity. Name this program file: prog2a.c. 2) Write a function that performs the following task along with a main program to test the function. Name this program file: prog2b.c. 1. Prompt the user for a number between 0 and 100 2. if the number is greater than 0, repeat steps 2a through 2d, otherwise end the loop 2a. if the number is odd, increment the count of odd numbers 2b. if the number is even, increment the count of even numbers 2c. add the number to the total of the numbers entered 2d. prompt the user for another number between 0 and 100

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