### how to find the output of the following segment?

for (x=1, y=5; x+y<=10; x++)
{
cout <<x<< “ “<<y<<endl;
y++;
}
May I know what variable u want to output?

Because u did output for both variables that is in the code
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 how to find the output of the following segment?

Run the program, and see what the output is.
for (x=1; y=5; x+y<=10; x++;y++)
Will result in compile errors. The for loop takes only three portions(or any other suitable word) of statements. Syntax:

`for(initialization;condition;increment/decrement);`

Also, if you wanna specify more than one statement in the "portions", then use the comma(',') operator.
eg:
`for (x=1, y=5; x+y<=10; x++,y++)`

@vichu8888
 So I took out my suggestion

Yeah no problem!

Aceix.
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@Aceix
Because I suggested him the code
`for (x=1; y=5; x+y<=10; x++;y++)`
But later when I tried in my lappy, I examined the error. So I took out my suggestion.

Sorry for that
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for (x=1, y=5; x+y<=10; x++)
{
cout <<x<< “ “<<y<<endl;
y++;
}

Output:
1 5
2 6
3 7

Both x and y are incremented by 1 at the end of each iteration of the loop. That means (x+y) goes up by 2 each time. Thus (x+y) is 6, 8 10, meaning three passes through the loop. The values of x and y output each time are straightforward.
No replies from the OP - could be a typical trolling question?

If not. let's see some feedback / thanks from the OP.
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