Using loop print the following output on console. 1 121 12321 1234321 123454321 1234321 12321 121 1

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Hey IT guys and gals! Thought you'd be interested in checking out something we've been working on over at Dell called Battle IT. https://battleit.thismoment.com/ Battle IT was a 3 day competition where we chose 3 real-world IT pros to go head-to-head on security, IT management and networking challenges. They were judged by Dell networking and enterprise technologists on their ability to complete the most tasks in the least amount of time. Please take a few minutes to watch and vote on your favorite pro!

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Hey everyone, We haven't done a good contest here on DaniWeb for quite some time, so I'd like to start one up again :) Throughout the months of June and July, I'd like to encourage members to submit fully working code snippets to our library. Throughout the month of August, we're going to vote on the best snippets fitting the criteria of most creative functionality, most elegant code and most efficient algorithm. The three winners will each receive Amazon gift certificates up to $250. More details to follow shortly :) Happy coding!

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Cast your vote in the Summer 2012 Code Snippet Contest :) **http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CodeContest**

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Just want to remind everyone that the code snippet contest is wrapping up the middle of this week, so get the last of your submissions in! :)

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Do not miss http://www.daniweb.com/community-center/geeks-lounge/threads/424660/code-snippet-contest

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Hi all the Ruby Folks! Use your skills for the sake of the OpenSource community, and try out the Ruby OpenSource Challenge. Fix a bug, write a new needed feature or just update the lagging documentation of a pointed Ruby Open Source project, and have a chance of winning some nice prizes. You can register at http://rubyosc.com/, and check out for updates at https://twitter.com/rubyOSC Hope you'll enjoy the event

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I was going to start a rumor, but apparently since you all know I'm a team member, that just ruins the fun. So like our good friends at Apple do, I'm starting a controlled leak. Here's the details: DaniWeb Contest We're going to run a month long contest. There's going to be a many winners. More details to follow.

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Hey guys I'm looking for java contests for high school students that I could be involved in during this summer. Do you happen to know some? If so, please post a link. Thank you.

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]16251[/ATTACH]Artist Andy Warhol declared in 1968, "In the future , everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes." And now [URL="http://www.youtube.com"]YouTube's[/URL] working to make that a little more possible. The popular video site is increasing its limits on the size of uploaded videos from 10 minutes to 15. Joshua Siegel, Product Manager for Upload and Video Management, explained in [URL="http://youtube-global.blogspot.com/2010/07/upload-limit-increases-to-15-minutes.html"]a blog post[/URL] that an increase in upload length has been the most requested feature by YouTube users. He cited improvements in the site [URL="http://www.youtube.com/t/contentid"]Content ID system[/URL] as making the change possible. The Content ID system is designed to detect copyright violations. …

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If you're a whiz at Web design and have time to enter a contest, you could be one of three finalists to have your team flown to the [url=http://live.visitmix.com/]MIX10 conference[/url] Las Vegas, where you'll collect your US$50,000. The winner also goes to New York City to attend the annual [url=http://www.webbyawards.com/]Webby Awards[/url] in June. It's all part of this year's [url=http://www.phizzpop.com/]PhizzPop Design Challenge[/url], an event sponsored by Microsoft and The Webby Awards to benefit the [url=http://www.bgca.org/]Boys & Girls Clubs of America[/url]. Qualifying proposals are for sites developed with the [url=http://www.microsoft.com/web/default.aspx]Microsoft Web Platform[/url] and other Microsoft tools that are engaging to parents, …

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As promised yesterday, this is my potential solution to the [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story249841.html"]Linux survival question[/URL]: A Linux Commercial--created by you--and it's a contest. Sound exciting? You creative types will now have a chance to create your own short film/video/commercial for Linux. Give Linux a face, a voice, a rap, a song, a cool theme--whatever! The sky's the limit and I want to see your best work on this project. Create a short video, upload it to YouTube and let's see what happens. Here are the rules and guidelines: Create a new, original video presentation for Linux no longer than 3 minutes total …

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Who couldn't use some extra cash these days? Thousands of dollars in prize money is up for grabs as testers face off in [url=http://www.utest.com/bug_battle/]Battle of the Browsers[/url], a seven-day contest that starts today. Applications in the contest's arena are Google's Chrome, Firefox 3.1 alpha 2 and IE 8. To qualify, bugs must be previously undiscovered and unreported. Testers can submit defects for any or all of the browsers. Two prizes of US$200 each will be awarded for each of the browsers; six browser-specific prizes in all. Prizes will be awarded for the "Top Bug" for each browser in terms of …

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On July 31st, I posted the announcement: [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry2893.html"]Linux Contest That You Can Win[/URL] for the Will Linux Work? Contest sponsored by [URL="http://www.plathome.com"]Plat'Home[/URL], maker of the OpenBlock S and OpenMicroServer server appliances. Plat'Home announced the winners and the winning projects this morning. Out of over 3 dozen detailed proposals, the following projects were chosen as winners. [INDENT][COLOR="Green"]• Winner #1 lives aboard a trimaran in New Zealand and needs a small, low power device to record positional data and monitor the engine, fuel reserves and rate of consumption. The OpenMicroServer will be put to the test against constant motion, vibrations, a sweeping …

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