# The FizzBuzz Problem!

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“It’s easy to lie with statistics. It’s hard to tell the truth without statistics.”
— Andrejs Dunkels body {text-align: justify} Introduction The FizzBuzz problem is a very popular problem given by interviewers to programmers. The problem is to print numbers 1 to N, return “Fizz” for every number that is a multiple of 3, “Buzz” for every number that is a multiple of 5 and “FizzBuzz” for every number that is a multiple of 3 and 5.
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