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ummm. yes, but please ask programming related questions in computer science section.
I did, nobody answered :)

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whats the question anyway....if i can i will answer.
I have to do a programme that prints out a matrix m x n and i have no idea how to do it
is your doubt related to printing new line ? because you can print numbers using printf()
no, i did that already. But everytime i try to compile it says that i have to put something before "printf"
before ? hmm...syntax error ? can u describe the error more ?
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thank you so much :)
what was the error u faced ?
first it said that did not exist. then it said this: 'printf' undeclared (first use this function) Eachundeclared identifier is reported only once for each function i appears in
now i see what i did wrong hehe thanks
ok, spelling mistake ! ;)

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