1. The input string entered by the user can have no white space (but, as always with cin, a is required to enter it).
2. Use a global constant to limit the number of characters the user can enter to 11 (not including the required by cinor the null terminator for the C-style string).
3. Assume the user does not enter more than 11 characters.
4. Create and use a function called cStringToUpperthat receives the C-style string and changes all the lower-case letters to upper case. It should execute a while loop to test each character in the string one at a time until the null terminator is detected and, if the character is a lower case letter, change it to upper case with an arithmetic operation on its code.
5. Write the program so that it repeats and asks the user to enter another line of text or just the letter Q (in upper case) to quit.
SEE current code and add to it.....it just needs to be finished up and your comments added to the code.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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XP , C++ , explorer 6 or 7