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Homework 2 - int i = 0 cout<<"Enter a number"...

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Homework 2 Written By: James Chung 703 591 869 1. endlendl grendel 2. It makes a pyramid/triangle shape of #, where the base is the number you put in, and the top is one #. 3. #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { int side; int j = 0; int sideCount; cout << "Enter a number: " ; cin >> side; sideCount = side; for ( int i = 0; i < side; i++) { j = 0; while (j <= i) { j++; cout << '#' ; } cout << "\n" ; } } 4. #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { int side; int j = 0; int sideCount;
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Unformatted text preview: int i = 0; cout << "Enter a number: " ; cin >> side; sideCount = side; if (side < 0) return 0; do { j = 0; while (j <= i) { j++; cout << '#' ; } i++; cout << "\n" ; } while (i < side); } 5. switch (lec) { case 0: cout << "Unassigned" ; break ; case 1: cout << "Smelly" ; break ; case 2: cout << "Smelly" ; break ; case 3: cout << "Roar" ; break ; default : cout << "You're lost" ; break ; }...
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