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Playground Code
Rational Numbers Write a program that, given an integer N between 1 and 100 inclusive, prints the rational numbers between 0 and 1 with denominators less than or equal to N in order of increasing magnitude. Also, count the total number of rational numbers found. The Programs must reject inputs where N is less than 1 or greater than 100.
Silly Sort An (XY, D)-CIRCULAR NUMBER is a number whose last two digits are X and Y, where the multiplication of the number by the single digit D is equivalent to moving the last two digits (XY) to the beginning of the number. For example, the number 132832080200501253 is a (53, 4)-circular number because 132832080200501253 * 4 = 531328320802005012. Write a program that asks for a two-digit number XY and a single digit D, and prints the SMALLEST (XY, D)-CIRCULAR NUMBER or prints a message "NONE" if none exists.
Stop Sign Write a program that will generate and print out a STOP sign as shown below of size N, where N is an integer >= 3. The stop sign should be an octagon with N stars on each side. The word "S T O P" should be printed in the center of the stop sign.


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