outputting a report arrays of structures

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    outputting a report arrays of structures

    i want to make an output that is going to be 18 down and 3 across. i have a structure made with 3 elements. how do i go about with a for loop to output the 3 columns. like a data table
    thanks

    Code:
    	int x,x2;
    	while(infile)
    	{
    		for(x=0; x<18; x++)
    		{
    			infile>>array[x].code>>array[x].income>>array[x].members;
    		}
    	}
    	cout<<"ID Code		Income		Members"<<endl;
    	cout<<"_________________________________"<<endl;
    
    	for(x=0;x<18;x++)
    	{
    		cout<<array[x].code<<"		";

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    are you familiar with the header file <iomanip> and function setw()? read up on those and they will help you with your problem.

    you will want to space them apart using setw() when you print each line.

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