# I need some help arranging these countries in a C++ program :China: 1,433,783,686India: 1,366,417,754United States: 329,064,917Indonesia: 270,625,568Pakistan: 216,565,318Brazil: 211,049,527Nigeria: 200,963,599Bangladesh: 163,046,161Russia: 145,872,256Mexico: 127,575,529Japan: 126,860,301Ethiopia: 112,078,730Philippines: 108,116,615Egypt: 100,388,073 As part of a larger program, you need to write code that will store and display the names and population values for 14 countries. Compose the code necessary to define two arrays that will be used in parallel to store the country names and their populations. Assume that a different part of the larger program is responsible for loading values into the parallel arrays you created. Write code that will display each of the country’s names and their corresponding population values.

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I need some help arranging these countries in a C++ program :

China: 1,433,783,686

India: 1,366,417,754

United States: 329,064,917

Indonesia: 270,625,568

Pakistan: 216,565,318

Brazil: 211,049,527

Nigeria: 200,963,599

Russia: 145,872,256

Mexico: 127,575,529

Japan: 126,860,301

Ethiopia: 112,078,730

Philippines: 108,116,615

Egypt: 100,388,073

As part of a larger program, you need to write code that will store and display the names and population values for 14 countries. Compose the code necessary to define two arrays that will be used in parallel to store the country names and their populations. Assume that a different part of the larger program is responsible for loading values into the parallel arrays you created. Write code that will display each of the country’s names and their corresponding population values.

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Step 1

Program Instructions:

• Declare two arrays and store values of countries and populations in each of them.
• Pass the arrays to a function with the size of array.
• Iterate the arrays and print their values.
Step 2

Program:

#include <iostream>

#include<string>

using namespace std;

void show(string country[], long int population[], int n) {

int i, sum = 0;

// use n to iterate the array and print array values

for (i = 0; i < n; i++) {

cout<<country[i]<<": "<<population[i]<<endl;

}

}

int main () {

// store te values into tha arrays

string count[] = { "China", "India", "United States", "Indonesia", "Pakistan", "Brazil"...

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