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Pset3 - Multiple nested if statements

Not sure what you mean by "many" if statements, but most people will use two nested for loops to create the bricks - an inner for loop to create each row and an outer for loop to do multiple rows. ...
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So Close on Mario Pyramid

the pseudocode for Mario for height of pyramid for (calculate nr. of spaces at height) print ' ' for (calculate nr. of hashes at height) print '#' print a newline I'd defer ...
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How to break out of nested for loops

I am not sure what your problem is, but you can call break at any time, here is an example: do { // For loop 1 for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) { // For loop 2 for(int k = 0;...
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what is the significance of break; in tabulate function?

Each round counts one vote per voter, for their top preferred, non-eliminated candidate. Once that vote is counted, program moves on to the next voter. From the C99 standard section 6.8.6.3: A ...
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How to initiate bricks in pset3 breakout game?

Look at the value of X after you create your first row of bricks. Using your image, that's 9 bricks in the first row. The 10th brick is going to be at x=405, outside the window. How are you going to ...
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Mario counter and output problem

First of all, notice that inside a for loop you can use other variables as well, not only counter. E.g.: for(counter = 1; counter <= height; counter++) { int row_number = counter; int ...
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