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Nov 1

5.3 - How to print out a triangular multiplication table?

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Edited: 6 days ago

A. Introduction

You were asked to use for-loops to print out a multiplication table, for-loops and nested for-loops are widely used for many applications. Here are some examples.

B. Watch(Slides)

C. Try to print out the upper half or the lower half of a multiplication table like this:

 

 

 

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