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help testing an integer variable

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Hi there I am currently new to c++ and quite enjoying it,the problem is I made a small program to get me into the swing of functions. The program is designed to output the timetable of any integer entered. However when a character such as "a" is entered a runtime error is caused, I know that its because its not a number, and that I could run various if checks such as if(userinput="a"), and so on but this is a little inefficient. So in other words is there a way to test whethere the input was a number or character to sort of kill 2 birds with one stone as the saying goes.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.
thank for time and thanks for looking.

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