Simple Do-Loop Help on C++

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This is not a hard question, but I'm having trouble. Should only need a little bit of code. Please follow instructions below. To check if the 3 sides form a triangle use : ((A + B) > (C) && (B + C) > (A) && (C + A) > B)

Use variables A, B, and C for the 3 triangle sides. I am confused most on how to get it to loop to the first step. Feel free to use any type of loop you want, but I believe a while or do-while would be best


In this assignment, you will ask the user to enter three real value measurements for their triangle, and store them in some variables. Then, continue to ask the user for their measurements until they are valid (i.e., all measurements > 0 and measurements form a triangle). Here is pseudocode for your  program:

  1. Ask user to enter three sides for a triangle
  2. Read their input
  3. If any measurement is <0, go to step 1
  4. If the measurements do not form a triangle, go to step 1
  5. Print "Woohoo - input is valid" and exit program

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