Assume the int variables i and result , have been declared but not initialized . Write a for loop header — i.e. something of the form

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Assume the int variables i and result , have been declared but not initialized . Write a for loop header — i.e. something of the form

LANGUAGE: C++

CHALLENGE:

Assume the int variables i and result , have been declared but not initialized . Write a for loop header — i.e. something of the form

for ( . . . )
for the following loop body :

result = result * i;
When the loop terminates , result should hold the product of the odd numbers between 10 and 20.

NOTE: just write the for loop header; do not write the loop body itself.

SOLUTION:


for(i=11,result=1;i<20;i+=2)

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