I am supposed write a program that allows the user to enter

a set of positive integers in order from smallest to largest and then

the program will output the median of the set of numbers. The user

will type a -5 to indicate that the list of integers is complete. (The -5

is not part of the list).

If the user doesn't enter the numbers in order, the program should

display "Numbers entered out of order. Exiting." and exit. You can exit the

program using the command: exit(1)

I am supposed to write this program using vectors.

My problem is that I can't seem to figure out in my head how to run a loop for this.

I keep getting errors but here is my program so far. Can someone give me some advice?

I am very new at this and I think it has something to do with how I am asking the user to input things but I am not sure.

Code:#include <iostream> #include <vector> using namespace std; int main() { vector <int> theNumbers; cout << "Enter a set of positive integer from least to greatest." << endl; cout << "When you are done, press '-5' to evaluate the median." << endl; int i; while (i>0) { cin >> i; theNumbers.push_back(i); if ( i < i-1) { cout << "Numbers entered out of order. Exiting." << endl; exit(1); } } int theMedian; theMedian = (theNumbers.size() -1) /2 ; cout << "The median is: " << theMedian << endl; return 0; }