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Write a C++ program that reads two integers from the user. The
program should

tell whether the two numbers are equal or not.

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Write a program that reads in two numbers and, if the
input is valid, outputs 2 times the product of the integers that
lie between the two values (including the values themselves). If
either number is not an integer, or if the first number is not less
than the second number, just output an error message. The sample
runs below should give the idea. User inputs are in bold. Important
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How many values?
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