In this lab, you work with the same C++ program you worked with in Labs 5-1 and 5-3. As in those earlier labs, the completed program should print the numbers 0 through 10, along with their values multiplied by 2 and by 10. However, in this lab you should accomplish this using a do while loop.
Ensure the source code file named NewestMultiply.cpp is open in the code editor.
Write a do while loop that uses the loop control variable to take on the values 0 through 10.
In the body of the loop, multiply the value of the loop control variable by 2 and by 10.
Execute the program by clicking the Run button and verify that the output is correct.
// NewestMultiply.cpp – This program prints the numbers 0 through 10 along
// with these values multiplied by 2 and by 10.
// Input: None
// Output: Prints the numbers 0 through 10 along with their values multiplied by 2 and by 10.
using namespace std;
string head1 = “Number: “;
string head2 = “Multiplied by 2: “;
string head3 = “Multiplied by 10: “;
int numberCounter; // Numbers 0 through 10
int byTen; // Stores the number multiplied by 10
int byTwo; // Stores the number multiplied by 2
const int NUM_LOOPS = 10; // Constant used to control loop
// This is the work done in the housekeeping() function
cout << “0 through 10 multiplied by 2 and by 10.” << endl;
// This is the work done in the detailLoop() function
// Write your do while loop here
// This is the work done in the endOfJob() function
} // End of main()