The only thing providing you with code will do is give you a template to copy from without understanding for future assignments. As to telling you what you should have done, we've been doing that all this time -- look at all that telling you things in this thread! My last post told you how your for-loop should have gone: this is your response. My post before that pointed out that there is a difference between 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 1, 3, 5, which led to your odd question about loops. It's hard to point out what errors are in your code when you don't seem to have any -- at least, you've never shown us any beside that original post. And, despite -- twenty-odd posts in this thread all together? -- you still have never managed to write the problem down correctly; and how important can the answer be if you don't seem to care about the question? I'm not saying you can't be taught, and I obviously can't speak for your instructor, but I can say that right now in this thread you are refusing to learn.
Originally Posted by pjr5043