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I have a function that accepts three ints
void outdata(int num1,int num2, int pline)
{
  for (int i=num1;i<num2;i++)//this is for printing the
    cout<<i;                //  range of numbers.
I need a for loop to print the pline which is the number
to printed out per line.
I am sure that there is a simply fix I am over looking the
easy solution again
any help would be great.
Thank you  
 

 
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void outdata( int num1, int num2, int pline )
{
  int curCount = 0;
  for( int i = num1; i < num2; i++ )
  {
    cout << i;
    curCount++;
    if( curCount == pline )
    {
      cout << endl;  // new line
      curCount = 0;  // reset the count
    }
  }
}
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