displaying a array to output

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    And you added an else clause why? Now sequence[60], sequence[120], etc will never print.

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    Thank you tabstop for the help. Everything works fine. Sorry for the frustration. I must reiterate that I am barely a novice to programming.

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    Let's stop and think for a moment. Here's how the loop goes:
    If the index is no dividable by 60, so for index 0, print the current character.
    Loop.
    Same for index 1 though 59.
    Coming back on index 60. Print newline. Loop.
    Index 61, print character, loop.

    Do you see the problem?
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    You mean it's included as a crutch to help ancient programmers limp along without them having to relearn too much.

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    Pound?!?!

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    Sharp is a musical notation.

    I've never programmed a line of code in C sharp. Don't know or care zip about it.

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