# Transcribed Image Text: Using a for Loop NewMultiply.java 1 // NewMultiply.java – Ts program prints the numbers 0 through 10 along

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you have completed your program, click the Submit 24 button to record your score. 25 26 // Ts is the work done in the endOf Job() method System.exit(®); } // End of main() method. 27 28 29 30 } // End of NewMultiply class. 31

Transcribed Image Text: Using a for Loop
NewMultiply.java
1 // NewMultiply.java – Ts program prints the numbers 0 through 10 along
2 // with these values multiplied by 2 and by 10.
3 // Input: None.
4 |/ Output: Prints the numbers 0 through 10 along with their values multiplied by 2 and by 10.
Summary
In ts lab the completed program should print the
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numbers O through 10, along with their values multiplied
by 2 and by 10. You should accomplish ts using a for
7 public class NewMultiply
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loop instead of a counter-controlled wle loop.
public static void main(String args[])
{
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Instructions
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1. Write a for loop that uses the loop control variable
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String head2 = “Multiplied by 2: “;
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String head3 = “Multiplied by 10: “;
to take on the values 0 through 10.
// Numbers 0 through 10.
// Stores the number multiplied by 10.
// Stores the number multiplied by 2.
final int NUM_LOOPS = 10; // Constant used to control loop.
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int numberCounter;
2. In the body of the loop, multiply the value of the loop
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int byTen;
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int byTwo;
control variable by 2 and by 10.
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3. Execute the program. Is the output the same?
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// Ts is the work done in the housekeeping() method
System.out.println(“0 through 10 multiplied by 2 and by 10” + “\n”);
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// Ts is the work done in the detailLoop() method
// Write for loop
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When you have completed your program, click the Submit
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