closed account (*41U4izwU*)

You might have seen this in the other forum, but i just wanted to see some other answers, since the ones that I have been receiving were not what I was hoping for...

I am trying to make triangles in nested while loops.

The triangles were:

*

**

***

****

*****

******

*******

********

*********

********** \\ I have made a code for this:

int counter=1;

while (counter<=10){

int counter2=1;

while (counter2<counter){

cout<<"*";

counter2=counter2+1;

}

cout<<"*"<<"\n";

counter=counter+1;

}

**********

--*********

----********

------*******

--------******

----------*****

------------****

--------------***

----------------**

------------------*

I was not quite sure about this one.

Please provide me with the correct answer, I really appreciate it :)

I am trying to make triangles in nested while loops.

The triangles were:

*

**

***

****

*****

******

*******

********

*********

********** \\ I have made a code for this:

int counter=1;

while (counter<=10){

int counter2=1;

while (counter2<counter){

cout<<"*";

counter2=counter2+1;

}

cout<<"*"<<"\n";

counter=counter+1;

}

**********

--*********

----********

------*******

--------******

----------*****

------------****

--------------***

----------------**

------------------*

I was not quite sure about this one.

Please provide me with the correct answer, I really appreciate it :)

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Just reverse the method you have made to get the first triangle and replace the spaces with dashes. Give us what you have so far for triangle 2.

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closed account (*41U4izwU*)

Hi, I used the dashes on purpose for a space effect because when I tried to type it in, it always set it up to the side. Also, i think it might be a little more complicated than just reversing it, if it was just reflected from the first triangle, the code would have been similar to:

int counter=10 ;

while (counter>=1) {

int counter2=1;

while (counter2 <counter){

cout<<"*";

counter2=counter2 +1;

}

cout<<"*"<<"\n";

counter=counter-1;

but because the triangle is reflected twice, it's a little more difficult for me.

int counter=10 ;

while (counter>=1) {

int counter2=1;

while (counter2 <counter){

cout<<"*";

counter2=counter2 +1;

}

cout<<"*"<<"\n";

counter=counter-1;

but because the triangle is reflected twice, it's a little more difficult for me.

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closed account (*41U4izwU*)

I'm sorry if this seems like a very simple question, but this is my first year learning programming, so i really appreciate those who are taking their time to help me with this :)

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