
Im new at this and i need help with assignment
this year i joined computer science and am stuck on an assignment and i cant seem to finish it out of 3 question ive done 1 and 3 but number 2 im stuck on here is the q i would realy like some help my icq is 78828712 and email is lazurus06@hotmail.com please help asap
2.. A Fibonacci sequence of numbers is computed by adding the first 2 numbers to get the third, the fourth is computed by adding the second and third and so on...
1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 34 .... n
Write a C++ program which will prompt for the first 2 numbers of a sequence and then compute and print the first 20 numbers of Fibonacci sequence, 5 numbers to a line.
Note that these numbers get big fast so you will want to provide enough space for them to print properly. The output should look similar to;
1 1 2 3 5
8 13 21 34 55
89 144 ...
The output must be sent to the screen as well as to a disk file, but input prompts should not be output to file.
The program should continue to compute and print Fibonacci sequences until a 0 0 is entered. No negative numbers should be entered, and the numbers should be in ascending order, that is n1 <= n2 (you must test for these conditions and provide an error trap) The error message should be printed to both console window and output file.
Test your program with a variety of inputs. When you are satisfied that it works properly use the following pairs as data for your final run.
0 1
1 1
1 1
1 2
1 3
Hand in your source code, the text window, and the formatted output file.

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you got to just do it man... this problem isn't terribly hard... but it is a bit long.
Some tips...
while (user_number_integer < 0)
{
cout << "What is number 1: ";
cin >> user_number_integer;
}
//See how that keeps a person in until they enter a 0 or a positive number
// Later on...
you need to have an array with the first two positions that have numbers in them (the two that were given)
add those two
current = 3;
first = 1;
second = 2;
integer_array[current] = integer_array[first] + integer_array[second];
current++;
first++;
second++;
now loop back up above integer_array[current]... until current == 20
after you fill your array... print each number to the screen and to file
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