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Given an char variable last that has been initialized to a lowercase letter, write a loop that displays all possible combinations of two letters in the range ''a'' through last. The combinations should be displayed in ascending alphabetical order:

For example, if last was initialized to ''c'' the output should be
aa
ab
ac
ba
bb
bc
ca
cb
cc
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