I was having some trouble with this program.
The user is going to enter a temperature in Fahrenheit or Celsius. The user should be allowed to enter numbers that may have a leading - or + and maybe integers or floats. Something like this: 32F, 32f, 32 F, +0.4F, -23C, -80.78 c, 98.6f
I need to use a regular expression that will allow me to use what the user inputs in order to convert Fahrenheit into Celsius and vice verse. I have this so far.
Print "Enter a temperature.\n";
chomp ($temp = <STDIN>);
while ($temp != 'q')
print "Enter another temperature.\n";
print "Goobye see you next time.\n";
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