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# If the number is within the limits

## Problem

Write a program that asks to enter three numbers: `$begin`

, `$end`

, and `$n`

and prints `True`

of `False`

depending of whether `$n`

is in the range `[$begin, $end)`

(including `$begin`

but excluding `$end`

).

Please assume that the entered numbers satisfy the condition: `$begin < $end + 1`

, but do not add code to check it.

## Example

The possible output of the program for both cases is shown below:

```
$ raku number-in-limits.raku
From (including): 10
To (excluding): 20
What is the number? 15
True
$ raku number-in-limits.raku
From (including): 10
To (excluding): 20
What is the number? 30
False
```

## Solution

## Course navigation

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