2D_arrays - cin>> scores[row[col printing 2D array...

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Sheet1 Page 1 // CMPSC 101 Ch. 5 Demo #13 #include <iostream> using namespace std int main() { int number = 0 int row int col int scores[5][3] for (row = 0 row < 5 row++) // inputing array values { for (col = 0 col < 3 col++) { cout << "Enter next score: "
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Unformatted text preview: cin >> scores[row][col] } } // printing 2D array for (row = 0 row < 5 row++) { for (col = 0 col < 3 col++) { cout << scores[row][col] << '\t' } cout << endl // advancing to next line } return 0 }// end of main...
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