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I need help with a C++ exercise.

I need to write a code to display a table consisting of four rows and 11 columns. The first column must contain the numbers 1 through 4 and the other columns must contain the result of multiplying the number in the first column by the numbers 0 through 9. Alignment doesn't matter, and I need to use two "for" statements.

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