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# For a one-dimensional array of numbers (use 1 to 10, in ascending order), write a function that displays the array elements in reverse order.

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Problem 1

For a one-dimensional array of numbers (use 1 to 10, in ascending order), write a function that displays the array elements in reverse order.

• Please note that, for simplicity, you can have the in-order numbers in your program rather than entering as part of the program

Problem 2

Write a program which accepts a string of content and then replaces every occurrence of the letter e with the letter x.

• For example, if you entered the expression For example, the output would be For xxamplx

Problem 3

Write a program which accepts a traditional name entry of first name followed by last name and then displays the name as last name, first name.

• For example, if you entered the name Michael Smith, the output would be Smith, Michael

Problem 4 (optional, for 10 bonus points)

Modify the program you wrote for Problem 3 to include an array of 5 names.

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