To manipulate data, computers require that it be digitized, or converted into numbers. But humans have been digitizing the world around us long before computers came around.
Location is one example. The idea of a geographic coordinate system goes back to the 3rd century B.C. Geographic coordinate systems represent a horizontal position on Earth using two numbers: latitude and longitude. (Representing altitude requires a third number, but let's not worry about that right now.) Representing location numerically has always enabled exploration—from the days of the ancient Greeks, to us wandering but never lost with the help of our smartphone and its navigation apps.
To complete the problem below, you should examine the values of two
double variables that have already been
declared and set for you:
longitude. If their values indicate that you are at a
very special place, you should print "Center of the
Universe". Otherwise, print "Somewhere else".
Also keep in mind that latitude and longitude values can be positive and negative when digitized, and
you may need to consider this when formulating your solution.
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