Use Variables Write C Function Takes Two Integer Parameters B Prints List Integers B 1 In Q30352213

a. [DO NOT USE ANY VARIABLES] Write a C++ function that takes two integer parameters (a and b) and prints a list of all the integers between a and b-1 (inclusive). Example: one (2, 12) should print 2 34567 89 10 11 one (2, 13) should print 2 3 45678 9 10 11 12. b. [DO NOT USE ANY VARIABLES Write a C++ function that is the same as the first one, except that it only prints out the numbers between a and b-1 that b is exactly divisible by Examples: two (2, 12) should print 2 34 6 two (2, 13) should print nothing.

a. [DO NOT USE ANY VARIABLES] Write a C++ function that takes two integer parameters (a and b) and prints a list of all the integers between a and b-1 (inclusive). Example: one (2, 12) should print 2 34567 89 10 11 one (2, 13) should print 2 3 45678 9 10 11 12. b. [DO NOT USE ANY VARIABLES Write a C++ function that is the same as the first one, except that it only prints out the numbers between a and b-1 that b is exactly divisible by Examples: two (2, 12) should print 2 34 6 two (2, 13) should print nothing. Show transcribed image text a. [DO NOT USE ANY VARIABLES] Write a C++ function that takes two integer parameters (a and b) and prints a list of all the integers between a and b-1 (inclusive). Example: one (2, 12) should print 2 34567 89 10 11 one (2, 13) should print 2 3 45678 9 10 11 12. b. [DO NOT USE ANY VARIABLES Write a C++ function that is the same as the first one, except that it only prints out the numbers between a and b-1 that b is exactly divisible by Examples: two (2, 12) should print 2 34 6 two (2, 13) should print nothing.

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