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Write a program similar to the following: wavelength.cpp computes the wavelength of light for a fiven Color.
Input: theColor, a Color value
Precondition: theColor is one of RED, ORANGE, YELLOW, GREEN, BLUE, INDIGO, VIOLET
Output: the wavelegth of light corresponding to theColor,

but that uses the Color class hierarchy.

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Write a program similar to the following: wavelength.cpp computes the wavelength of light for a fiven Color.

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