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Lecture 10 Exercise You are given a VB form with the following code: Sub Lecture10Ex() <Your answer here> End Sub 1. Create an array to store 101 elements of Integer data type. Use a For-Next loop to write data to the array. Here are examples: arr (0) = 0 arr (1) = 10 arr (2) = 20 (Hint: Use the counter variable i for the calculation.) Print the elements of array using Debug.Print. Dim arr(100) As Integer, i as Integer For
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