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Formatting two-dimensional arrays

 
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Hi everyone! I'm currently making a number grid that lets the user input the amount of rows and columns that they want. I want to format it in a specific way but I'm having trouble. I've got my entire program working but I can't figure out how to put the numbers generated on the same line as the row numbers. I put the ouput I am currently recieving and the output that I'm trying to get below. Any tips or hints on how to solve this would be much appreciated. Thank you so much for the help!

 
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On line 17, change println() to print().
 
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Carey Brown wrote:On line 17, change println() to print().



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