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I'm doing a program that computes the sum and product of the integers from 1 to 5. Weird thing is when I run the program I get the correct answer for the sum. The sum says 15. Correct. But I get the wrong answer for product. I get 6.
I cannot figure out where I'm going wrong:
// This program computes the sum and product of the integers from 1 to 5
i : integer;
sum : integer;
product : integer;
sum := 0;
product := 1;
for i := 1 to 5 do
sum := sum + i;
product := product * i;
WriteLn('The sum is ' + IntToStr(sum));
WriteLn('The product is ' + IntToStr(product));
WriteLn('Press Enter to quit...');
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How to fix this.?