Q: How do you count to 10 in Mandarin?

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int nearPalin(int n){ int temp = n; int count = 0; while(temp>0){ temp /= 10; count++; } if(count%2 == 0){ count = count/2; while(count--) n = n / 10; temp = n; while(n>0){ temp = temp*10 + n%10; n = n/10; } return temp; } else{ count = count/2; while(count--) n = n / 10; temp = n; n = n/10; while(n>0){ temp = temp*10 + n%10; n = n/10; } return temp; } }

Locate 6,1Input "Your Name Please ",Nam$LOCATE 8,1FOR Count=1 to 10Print TAB(5) Count " > ";Nam$Next Count

It depends with your speed but it can take you 10^18 light years to count from 1 to 10 sextillion.

Sum = 69Count = 10So mean = sum/count = 69/10 = 6.9Sum = 69Count = 10So mean = sum/count = 69/10 = 6.9Sum = 69Count = 10So mean = sum/count = 69/10 = 6.9Sum = 69Count = 10So mean = sum/count = 69/10 = 6.9

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int nearPalin(int n){ int temp = n; int count = 0; while(temp>0){ temp /= 10; count++; } if(count%2 == 0){ count = count/2; while(count--) n = n / 10; temp = n; while(n>0){ temp = temp*10 + n%10; n = n/10; } return temp; } else{ count = count/2; while(count--) n = n / 10; temp = n; n = n/10; while(n>0){ temp = temp*10 + n%10; n = n/10; } return temp; } }

you cna you can only count backwards form 10-1

Locate 6,1Input "Your Name Please ",Nam$LOCATE 8,1FOR Count=1 to 10Print TAB(5) Count " > ";Nam$Next Count

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It depends with your speed but it can take you 10^18 light years to count from 1 to 10 sextillion.