Well basically I need to find a way to fix this problem I keep on having.

Here is my code.

Code:Triangle calculateTriangleType(int &sOne,int &sTwo,int &sThree) { Triangle result; if(sOne + sTwo < sThree || sOne + sThree < sTwo || sTwo + sThree < sOne) result = NO_TRIANGLE; if(sOne == sTwo && sOne == sThree) result = EQUILATERAL; if(sOne == sTwo && sOne != sThree || sTwo == sThree && sTwo != sOne || sThree == sOne && sThree != sTwo) result = ISOCELES; if(sOne != sTwo && sOne != sThree) result = SCALENE; return result; }

Here is my problem. At the way this is currently setup I have no issues with most things. However my problem arises when it should be identifying a No_Triangle as a Scalene. Also keep in mind for any triangle to be considered a triangle any two of its sides must be greater than the third.

Here is an example of my various outputs and what problem I keep having.

Note that the bolded ones should not be Scalene, but in fact should be No_Triangle.Code:Please enter a value for side 1 of your triangle: 1 Please enter a value for side 2 of your triangle: 1 Please enter a value for side 3 of your triangle: 1 The lengths of the sides that you entered were: 1, 1, and 1. Equilateral! Would you like to continue (Y or N)? y Please enter a value for side 1 of your triangle: 12 Please enter a value for side 2 of your triangle: 12 Please enter a value for side 3 of your triangle: 11 The lengths of the sides that you entered were: 12, 12, and 11. isoceles! Would you like to continue (Y or N)? y Please enter a value for side 1 of your triangle: 1 Please enter a value for side 2 of your triangle: 2 Please enter a value for side 3 of your triangle: 3 The lengths of the sides that you entered were: 1, 2, and 3. Scalene! Would you like to continue (Y or N)? yPlease enter a value for side 1 of your triangle: 900 Please enter a value for side 2 of your triangle: 1 Please enter a value for side 3 of your triangle: 3 The lengths of the sides that you entered were: 900, 1, and 3. Scalene!Would you like to continue (Y or N)? yPlease enter a value for side 1 of your triangle: 3 Please enter a value for side 2 of your triangle: 1 Please enter a value for side 3 of your triangle: 1 The lengths of the sides that you entered were: 3, 1, and 1. Scalene!

Not sure on the logic needed to make this happen.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.