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This is probably going to be an awkward question but here it is. Using the visual logic for a beginning class project, one of our quizes told us to assign a value to X and to Y. X being 2 and Y being 7. After that the teacher showed a flowchart saying to put "X & Y" in the OUTPUT Without the quotation marks which I did. After running it it gave me an error message in that box. I know that the & symbol is used to seperate. After about 20 minutes of goofing around with different codes I used this:
" " + X + " " + Y in the OUTPUT. After running it again it finally put the 2 numbers side-by-side. Everything else either gave me an error message or added the numbers together. But the fact that what he told me to put there gave me an error I assumed I had made a mistake but X & Y is what was put in the Output box. Is there a simpler way to make it happen other than what I used?
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