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I need to write a program that takes a number & produces the multiplication table up to the user specified number.
a) I must create a function named multiples that takes two numbers as input arguments and returns a void. The first argument is the number for which multiples are to be produced. The second argument is the number of multiples that should be produced. The function will print a line of multiples.
b) Finally, The main function should:
- prompt the user to enter a value.
- use a for or a while loop to step through the values from 1 through the user specified value.
- from the body of the loop, invoke the function created in step a to print a line of output.
I want to include al the variable declarations & the program must run.
I'm obviously brand new to this, but now that I'm retired, I thought it would be fun to learn! oops! I completely lost. Can anyone show me examples and guide me through this?
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by:vinodkarande
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Dont mind , but u should at least make some efforts from ur side.....
This is a Exchange-experts site....this site is basically concerned with exchanging opinions on ur incomplete work if ur facing some props.....

I think u should first start implementing the code.....and then ask for some advice if ur facing some props.

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by:ntdragon
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we don't do homework
if you have any problem with it ask a question or send us your code and tell us your problem
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We cannot provide answers to school assignments.  That is grounds for removal from this site.  (for both you and the experts involved.)  We can provide only limitied help in accademic assignments.    We can answer specific (direct) questions, like you might ask your teacher.  We can review your work and post suggestions, again, like your teacher might do.

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by:RONSLOW
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show us what you have so far (working or not).

here's a little starter if you've gotten absolutely nowhere

>a) I must create a function named multiples that takes two numbers as input arguments and returns a void. The first argument is the number for which multiples are to be produced. The second argument is the number of multiples that should be produced. The function will print a line of multiples.

void multiples (int base, int nmultiples) {
  ...
}

in the function start with multiple = base, then loop thru n-multiple times
each time multiplying multiple by base and outputing multiple using cout.

>b) Finally, The main function should:
>- prompt the user to enter a value.

easy .. write the prompt with cout << and input with cin >>

>- use a for or a while loop to step through the values from 1 through the user specified value.

for loop sounds best .. pretty obvious.

>- from the body of the loop, invoke the function created in step a to print a line of output.

not much there either.

Post your attempted code and wecan help with it.
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Well , i think I've helped enough.
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RONSLOW'S HELP WAS SUPERB; ABOVE AND BEYOND THE CALL OF DUTY!
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Then you should grade his answer and close the question.
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I've attempted to close the question; I've also attempted to remove myself from the EE list, both unsuccessfully. Please close the question & remove my email address from the list.
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