Question. Type two statements that use rand() to print 2 random integers between (and including) 100 and 149. End with a newline. Ex:
Note: For this activity, using one statement may yield different output (due to the compiler calling rand() in a different order). Use two statements for this activity. Also, srand() has already been called; do not call srand() again.
#include <cstdlib> // library in which rand() defined
using namespace std;
int start = 100, end = 149,limit;
limit=(end - start + 1);
cout<<"First random num: "<<100 + rand() % limit <<endl; // statement 1
cout<<"Second Random num: "<<100 + rand() % limit <<endl; // statement 2
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