write a program that prompts the user to input a positive integer , if the user enters zero or a negative value for nu, it prompts user to input num again and repets this process untill unser inputs a correct value. it then display the sum of the numbers 1 to num
i am having difficulties to do the loop on how the program will check whether the entered num is 0 or negative...
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The program would be better if you used a do loop instead of while loop. And you don't need to use the mod % operator in this program like you did in your other program.
start of loop
display prompt to enter a number
call scanf() to get the number in variable named N.
if number is <= 0 then go back to start of loop
print the sum of all numbers from 1 to N. You need another loop for this
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