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One option is that the index of the loop will be d and each iteration will increase by d.

A second option is that in each iteration, you print a and another function of d that depends on i.

The first option is somewhat crooked because the condition for stopping the loop is awkward and less obvious.

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Wai What a complicated trick I can not

I do not understand how I'm supposed to write it

That's what I think, but it's not true. Maybe tell me where my problem is?



void main ()


int n, i, d;

printf ("enter num: \ n");

scanf ("% d", & n);

if (n> = 5)


for (i = n; i <= (d * 9); i ++)

printf ("% d \ n", i);



printf ("error");

getch ();


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A. The lecturer teaches a very old standard. Where do you study?

B. Will realize the second option I suggested. The loop should run 10 times and each time you print a + d, a + d + d, a + d + d + d and so on.

Think what the abbreviation of d + d + d + ... + d and how it relates to the index of the loop.

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