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90 #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main( void ){ int i, j, m= 3 , n= 4 ; for (i= 1 ; i<=m; i++) { cout << "\nMultiplication table for " << i << endl;
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Unformatted text preview: for (j= 1 ; j<=n; j++) { cout << endl << i << " * " << j; cout << " = " << i*j << endl; } } return ; } Nested Loops i j m n 1 1 3 4...
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