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Write a program using C language that will read in a set of numbers into an array.

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Write a program using C language that will read in a set of numbers into an array. [ Through linux ]

  1. The command line arguments that your program should take are -h and -n (these argument should be handled using getopt).
  • If -his given then: Program should terminate with help message indicating how it should run. [ ex: "Usage message: ./file 1 2 3 3 2 1" ]
    • If -nis given then: Program will specify the minimum number that your script file can take in. For example, if the user enters " ./file -n 5 57 17 8 3 57 19 57 " then this would indicate that you were running your program with an argument of -n 5, and arguments of 57, 17, 8, 3, 19 and 57.
  1. Program should also only allow one duplicate--each number can only be read in max of 2 times.So no more than 2 quantities of the same number. Example, if " 3 3 32 10 1" is entered by user, then only "3 3 2 10 1" is read in.
  2. After these numbers are read into an array, pass this array to a functionthat will return the array in reverse. Ex: If the passed array is [11 56 3 22 3 1] then the returned array will be [1 3 22 3 56 11].
  3. Then, compare the new array to your old arrayand report (display) if it's the same backwards and forwards. Output both arrays element by element and display to user if it's the same in reverse.

Output example:

Old array: [1 2 3 3 2 1]
New Array: [ 1 2 3 3 2 1]
Result: Array is the same in reverse.

or

Old array: [ 1 3 4 5 10 ]
New Array: [ 10 5 4 3 2 1 ]
Output: Array is not the same in reverse.

** Implement this project using at least 3 source files: main.c , functions.c, functions.h . Must have a makefile that will compile the project

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