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# Extend exercise #1 to convert real numbers as well (it will

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Extend exercise #1 to convert real numbers as well (it will now return a double). Ignore negative numbers and numbers that require scientific notation (e.g., 17, 17., .17, 17.17 are valid numbers, but 17e17 is not).
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I see you have done this question before.
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15 points) Extend exercise #1 to convert real numbers as well (it will now return a double). Ignore negative numbers and numbers that require scientific notation (e.g., 17, 17., .17, 17.17 are valid numbers, but 17e17 is not). Due with Assignment #2.Exercises 3-5 rely on the following grammar:
expr ::= term [{+ | –} term]*
term ::= factor [{* | /} factor]*
factor ::= (expr) | number
where number is ***** real number as described in exercise #2 (I hope you’ve written out the syntax rule for number by now). Make sure to report the proper errors at the proper levels in the code.
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