#include stdio.h int main( ) { int count; printf(“Enter number 0 or 1 for the count: “); scanf(“%d”, count); while ( count = 0 ) { switch(count)…

#include <stdio.h>

int main( )

{

int count;

printf(“Enter number 0 or 1 for the count: “);

scanf(“%d”, &count);

while ( count >= 0 )

{

switch(count)

{

case 0:

printf(“n%d is the number you have enterednn”, count);

break;

case 1:

printf(“n%d is the number you have enterednn”, count);

break; 

default:

printf(“nnIncorrect Input – You didn’t enter 0 or 1.nn”);

break;

}

printf(“Enter number 0 or 1 for the count: “);

scanf(“%d”, &count);

}

return 0;

}

Draw a structured flowchart and write pseudo code that describes the above program. After each iteration, the decision-making structure will indicate whether you entered 0, 1, or any other number. The iteration continues until the input value is less than 0.