I'm writing this program right now where the user inputs integers with a limit of 100 integers and entering -999 to denote the end of the list. I'm having some trouble... it seems like the way that I have it written now, the program must read 100 integers no matter what. But I don't know what to change. I tried flipping around my "while" and "for" statements, but then that gave me some kind of internet explorer error and shut down. Anyways, if anyone can take a look and see what I have going wrong here, let me know. I'd really appreciate it.

Code:#include <iostream> #include <iomanip> using namespace std; const int sentinel = -999; void selectionSort(int number[], int length); int main() { int number[100]; int index; cout << "Enter a maximum of 100 positive integers ending with " << sentinel << endl; for (index = 0; index < 100; index++) { while (number[index] != sentinel) { cin >> number[index]; } } selectionSort(number, 100); for (index = 0; index < 100; index++) cout << number[index] << endl; return 0; } void selectionSort(int number[], int length) { int index; int smallestIndex; int minIndex; int temp; for (index = 0; index < length - 1; index++) { smallestIndex = index; for (minIndex = index + 1; minIndex < length; minIndex++) if (number[minIndex] < number[smallestIndex]) smallestIndex = minIndex; temp = number[smallestIndex]; number[smallestIndex] = number[index]; number[index] = temp; } }