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inputWithinRange (prompt, lowValue, highValue)
This function will ask for a number using the prompt parameter. The function will only return a
value that is within the inclusive range of lowValue to highValue. If the entered value is not
within the provided range, the function will ask again until the user has entered an acceptable
value. The function will return the accepted value.
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