Answer to Question #5801 in C++ for Jade Devin

Question #5801
The category must be c... but i tried putting it into c yet it doesn't work..... well here is the question... tnx in advance Why do you need to put \n after an specifier in doing loop commands? like this: for(d=15;d<20;d++){ printf("%d\n", d); } i tried removing \n yet it doesn't work, why is it so?
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Expert's answer
2011-12-27T09:55:45-0500
#include <stdlib.h>




int main() {

int d;

for (d = 15; d < 20; d++) {

printf("%d
", d);

}

return 0;

}




//we should use '
' to go to new line

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