My Teacher asked us if we could do this program in c using borland or unix, but i don't know where to start.
THIS PROGRAM IS NOT FOR A GRADE IT IS SUPOSED TO BE FOR FUN.
my e-mail is Cisfiles1@aol.com
Write a program that performs a Digital-to-digital conversion of a string of 8 bits. The program will accept 8 bits from the user, then encode the bits and output a sequence of +, - and 0. The output sequence represents the voltage levels of the encoded data. The following encoding schemes may be used: Manchester, Differential Manchester, AMI, B8ZS and HDB3. If necessary for your encoding scheme, write the program assuming the last bit before the user's bits was a positive voltage. Also note, Manchester and Differential Manchester will require two voltage levels output per binary bit input.