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Find out how often the numbers from 1 to 10 are generated randomly. Declare an array to hold 10 integer elements. Generate 100 random numbers from 1 to 10 inclusive, and use the array to keep track of how many times each number occurs. For example, if the first number generated is 9, add 1 to the 9th element of the array. If the second number generated is 3, add 1 to the 3rd element of the array. If the third number generated is 9, add another 1 to the 9th element of the array. After 100 numbers have been generated, each element of the array will hold the number of times that value was generated. Display the array.

In this example, we're using the array as a frequency table to keep track of the frequency of each of the 10 numbers.

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