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E E 312 – Discussion Notes How to Read arrays: /* Int couter, coutner2 For (coutner=0, array[coutner] < nextinput; coutner++);
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Unformatted text preview: For (counter 2= arraysize; counter2>count; coutner2 --) { Array[count2]=array[count 2-1]; Arrayszie++ Scanf(“”); */...
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