Convert "Fahrenheit to Celcius" to have a header.

Source:

#include "stdio.h"

#define NUMBER_OF_CYCLES 28*5
#define STARTING_TEMPERATURE -45

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
  float fahrenheit = STARTING_TEMPERATURE;
  /*float celcius = STARTING_TEMPERATURE;*/

  int i;

  /* the header for 1-3 */
  printf("+-------------------------------+-----------------------+\n");
  printf("|\tDegrees Fahrenheit\t|\tDegrees Celcius\t|\n");
  printf("+-------------------------------+-----------------------+\n");

  /* Our main loop */
  for(i=0; i<NUMBER_OF_CYCLES; i+=5)
  {
    printf("|\t%.1f\t\t\t|\t%.1f\t\t|\n", fahrenheit+i,
      ((fahrenheit+i)-32)*(0.5555556));
  }
  /* footer for 1-3 homework */
  printf("+-------------------------------+-----------------------+\n");

  return 0;
}

Output:

+-------------------------------+-----------------------+
|	Degrees Fahrenheit	|	Degrees Celcius	|
+-------------------------------+-----------------------+
|	-45.0			|	-42.8		|
|	-40.0			|	-40.0		|
|	-35.0			|	-37.2		|
|	-30.0			|	-34.4		|
|	-25.0			|	-31.7		|
|	-20.0			|	-28.9		|
|	-15.0			|	-26.1		|
|	-10.0			|	-23.3		|
|	-5.0			|	-20.6		|
|	0.0			|	-17.8		|
|	5.0			|	-15.0		|
|	10.0			|	-12.2		|
|	15.0			|	-9.4		|
|	20.0			|	-6.7		|
|	25.0			|	-3.9		|
|	30.0			|	-1.1		|
|	35.0			|	1.7		|
|	40.0			|	4.4		|
|	45.0			|	7.2		|
|	50.0			|	10.0		|
|	55.0			|	12.8		|
|	60.0			|	15.6		|
|	65.0			|	18.3		|
|	70.0			|	21.1		|
|	75.0			|	23.9		|
|	80.0			|	26.7		|
|	85.0			|	29.4		|
|	90.0			|	32.2		|
+-------------------------------+-----------------------+