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Nesting Two for Loops

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    print "<table>";
    for ( $y=1; $y<=12; $y++ ) {
      print "<tr>";
      for ( $x=1; $x<=12; $x++ ) {
        print "<td>";
        print ($x*$y);
        print "</td>";
      print "</tr>";
    print "</table>";

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