# Assignment 10 C++

Write a program that reads in up to 1000 non-negative integers and displays distinct numbers (i.e., if a number appears multiple times, it is displayed only once). Use the following algorithm (this is required!): Read each number and store it in an array if it is new. If the number is already in the array, ignore it. The user will indicate that they are done entering numbers by entering a negative number. Here is a sample run:

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 1

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 2

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 3

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 2

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 1

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 6

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 3

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 4

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 5

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 2

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): -4

You entered:

1 2 3 6 4 5

To get credit for this assignment you must use appropriate decomposition! You should have a function to read the numbers and a function to print the resulting array. The function that reads the numbers should call an additional helper function that reads (and processes) a single number. At the conclusion of the call to the function that reads the numbers, the array MUST contain only distinct numbers.

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 1

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 2

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 3

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 2

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 1

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 6

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 3

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 4

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 5

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): 2

Enter a non-negative integer (negative to quit): -4

You entered:

1 2 3 6 4 5

To get credit for this assignment you must use appropriate decomposition! You should have a function to read the numbers and a function to print the resulting array. The function that reads the numbers should call an additional helper function that reads (and processes) a single number. At the conclusion of the call to the function that reads the numbers, the array MUST contain only distinct numbers.

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