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I am stuck at converting the integer input I get from the user into spaces/hashes. How to use this integer with my printf() function to print spaces/hashes?

  • I highly recommend you use your own brains for that, otherwise, it destroys the whole purpose of a problem set! – Nib Jun 20 '14 at 16:13
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There are many ways to solve this problem(mario.c). I don't want to spoil your work by providing an exact answer, but for your question how you translate this "number" that I can printf into an actual number of spaces and hash signs, may be this could help.

If variable no_spaces holds the number of spaces, then

int i;
for (i = 0 ; i <= height+1 ; ++i)
{
    if (i <= no_spaces)
        printf(" ");
    else
        printf("#"); 
}

Remember that this code is itself insufficient to solve the problem, you need an outer loop that changes the value of no_spaces. Think of it. Good luck.

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  • Thank you! That was the tip I needed. – user1407 Jun 20 '14 at 18:48
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If you use printf(" ") and printf("#") they will print one after another, when you need to go to the next line, just printf("\n")

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