The point of that was to calculate the factorial of 10, using a while loop, which worked fine, but I have this question that says Alter the program so that the counter counts from num down to 1, rather than the other way .Code:#include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <math.h> int main() float fact; /* what number do we want to calculate the factorial of? */ num = 10; /* Initialise the factorial */ fact = 1.0; /* Count from 2 to num, multiply fact by counter each time */ i = 2; while ( i <= num) { fact = fact * i; i = i + 1; } /* Print the result */ printf (“The factorial of %d is %f\n”, num, fact); }

I tried altering the code in the following way but it didn’t work:

Which should give me the same answer as the first code written but it doesn’t. Where have I gone wrong?Code:#include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <math.h> int main() float fact; /* what number do we want to calculate the factorial of? */ num = 10; /* Initialise the factorial */ fact = 1.0; /* Count from 10 to num, multiply fact by counter each time */ i = 10; while ( 0< i <= num) { fact = fact * i; i = i - 1; } /* Print the result */ printf (“The factorial of %d is %f\n”, num, fact); }

Thanks!