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# Answer to Question #18071 in C++ for Noora

Question #18071
Angles are often measured in degrees ( &deg; ), minutes ( ' ), and seconds ( &quot; ). There are 360 degrees in a circle, 60 minutes in one degree, and 60 seconds in one minute. Design an algorithm to read two angular measurements given in degrees, minutes, and seconds and then calculate and print out their sum. Repeat this four times to do the following computations:
74&deg; 29' 13&quot; + 105&deg; 8' 16&quot; = 179&deg; 37' 29&quot; 7&deg; 14' 55&quot; + 5&deg; 24' 55&quot; = 12&deg; 39' 50&quot; 20&deg; 31' 19&quot; + 0&deg; 31' 30&quot; = 21&deg; 2' 49&quot; 122&deg; 17' 48&quot; + 237&deg; 42' 12&quot; = 0&deg; 0' 0&quot;
Use an input file (MyData.dat) that contains the values of the angular measurements given in the above examples and print out their sums into an output file (MyOutput.txt) in the same format as shown in the examples above.
Example run:
74 29 13 105 8 16 7 14 55 5 24 55 20 31 19 0 31 30 122 17 48 237 42 12
Content of your output file after run:
74&deg;29'13&quot;+105&deg;8'16&quot;=179&deg;37'29&quot; 7&deg;14'55&quot;+5&deg;24'55&quot;=12&deg;39'50&quot; 20&deg;31'19&quot;+0&deg;31'30&quot;=21&deg;2'49&quot; 122&deg;17'48&quot;+237&deg;42'12&quot;=0&deg;0'0&quot;
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2012-11-06T07:59:45-0500
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