Write a complete C program that reads in the last 2 digits of your student ID into a single variable. The program converts that number to its octal equivalent and displays a message with both the original number and its octal value. If the last two digits are both a zero digit (0), then the program should replace that with value 44.
Below is an example of running the program with a specific input value:
Enter the last two digits of your ID: 24
Result: 24 is 30 in octal
The program must not use in-built C functions; the exception to this are scanf() and printf().
The only repetition structure you can use is a do-while loop.
The program’s variables must be sensibly named.
The code must include comments that are meaningful, short and clear, to explain all major parts of the program.