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Last edited by jps; August 24th, 2013 at 11:13. Reason: code tags
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Changing the value of the loop control variable, in this case 'j', inside the loop is not a great idea. I recommend that you use another variable to compute the squares and print that, leaving 'j' alone.
Will try that..by the way changing the order of print ( printing at the start of the loop helped too )
I have an explaination for your code.
Your code makes sqaures indeed but what happens is that when the last square is made(i = 7 ; 7 * 7= 49) the loop will stop because j is over 40.
If you want to stop the loop before it goes over 40 then you should use the square before 40 that is 36(6 * 6).
Then you should test what the sqaure is going to be before it is going to print it.
If you have time then using a pen and paper just trace your program line by line.
You shall know what is causing the fault. And you may be able to fix it on your own.