pebble merchant, C/C++ Programming

there is a pebble merchant. he sells the pebbles,that are used for shining the floor.his main duty is to take the length of the room side but he sometines mistakes doing that and mistake result is losses so he comes to you and ask you to make a small intelligent car which could run along the rooms wall and calculate their length?
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