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//janine dabu hw1 #include<iostream> #include<conio.h> using namespace std; void maxdivs(int low, int high, int& num, int& ndiv); int numdivs(int number); void main() { int low, high; int num, ndiv; cout << "Enter two integers: "; cin >> low >> high; maxdivs(low, high, num, ndiv); cout << num << ' ' << ndiv << '\n'; cout << "\nPress any key to continue."; _getch(); }void maxdivs(int low, int high, int& num, int& div) { if (low > high) { int temp = low; low = high; high = temp; }
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