CHECK ATTACHED Generating random DNA sequences with a specified frequency in C++

CHECK ATTACHED Generating random DNA sequences with a specified frequency in C++Chargaff rule states that “a double-stranded DNA molecule globally has percentage base pair equality: %A = %T and %G = %C.”However, %A and %G varies with organisms. For instance, humans have, approximately, 29% A and 21% C.Write a C++ program that generates random genomic sequences with percentages of A, T, C, given above. The program takes the requested sequence length from the user, generates the random sequence, and display on the screen. The program should calculate the percentages of base pairs for randomly generated sequence and report to user.Example:1. Chicken2. E.coli..10.Y eastPlease enter organism type: 4Human is selected.Please enter the sequence length: 200Here is the output: ATACA…Analysis result: 29% A, 30% T, 20% C, 21% G
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