The Programming Example: Pig Latin Strings converts a string into the pig Latin form, but it processes only one word. Rewrite the program so that it can be used to process a text of an unspecified length. If a word ends with a punctuation mark, in the pig Latin form, put the punctuation at the end of the string. For example, the pig Latin form of Hello! is ello-Hay!. Assume that the text contains the following punctuation marks:
- , (comma),
- . (period),
- ? (question mark),
- ; (semicolon),
- : (colon).
Store the output in Ch7_Ex3Out.txt.
The output of the program ( CH7_Ex3Out ) is... View the full answer