Using the text file “numbers.txt” found in the NOTES section display how many numbers there are in this file, then, display all the numbers in the file but, only 10 at a time. The display of the numbers should be spaced evenly using the tab “\t” character as shown below. Prompt the user to continue then display the next 10 numbers and so on until all numbers are displayed as follows:

23, 10, 90, 86, 85, 56, 65, 12, 1, 2
Press any key to continue ...

5, 87, 3, 7,
Press any key to continue ...


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#include <iostream>
#include <fstream>
using namespace std;

int main() {
ifstream file;
int number;
int number_of_numbers;
int counter;"numbers.txt");
if(!file) {
    cout << "Can't open file. Exiting the program..." << endl;
    return 0;

number_of_numbers = 0;
while(file >> number) {

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