C Programming Code for a Developed Program

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Hi,

Please help me write a program. I am new to programming and I need to make a program in C language. The question of my assignment is to develop a program that will show the output as follows:

*****

****

***

**

*

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C Programming Code for a Developed Program

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I don’t have a C compiler at this time. I am giving you the ideal solution for your question; please try this on a compiler and run before submission:

 
Int i,j;
 
For(i=1;i<=5;i++)
 
{
 
for(j=I; j<=5; j++)
 
{ cout<<”*”;}
 
endl
 
}
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C Programming Code for a Developed Program

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There are many errors in this code. As I have mentioned above, I am new to programming and this is my first assignment. Can you please tell me what libraries I need to add in start?

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C Programming Code for a Developed Program

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You need to add two library files:

  • #include<iostream.h>: we use this library for input and output
  • #include<conio.h>: we use this library for Getch(); at the end of program.
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C Programming Code for a Developed Program

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I'm Waiting….

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C Programming Code for a Developed Program

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Why is “endl” giving an error here? If I delete this line, the program is showing a screen full of * on it; why? Also, tell me the use of Getch() in this program.

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C Programming Code for a Developed Program

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The actual running program for this problem is as follows; I hope it will help you a lot. Before going into details, I will answer your questions first.

“Endl” is giving an error because it is an idea solution dear. You need to work on your own; try to read your course also.
 
Getch(): We can use this in all our C programs because it is a command that is used to show the output screen until you press any character. When you press any character at the end the screen will disappear. Until then, you can view the output on your screen.
 
Pause() command is also used for the same reason.
 
The Code is:
 
#include<iostream.h>
 
#include<conio.h>
 
 Void Main()
 
{
 
int I,j;
 
Clrscr();
 
For(i=1;i<=5;i++)
 
{
 
for(j=I; j<=5; j++)
 
{ cout<<”*”;}
 
cout<<endl;
 
}
 
getch();
 
}
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C Programming Code for a Developed Program

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MarkJason,

Brilliant and complete working. I appreciate your work and interest. Thanks a lot.

 

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C Programming Code for a Developed Program

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Dear MarkJason,

I am extremely thankful to you for your marvelous help and working in programming languages. I will need your guidelines in future also. Please be there for me. God Bless You.

Stay Happy and Healthy.

Bye.

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Hey,

The above code of Mark Jackon doesn't even compile. I changed the return type of main to int, because that's the default return type for C++ codes in ideone, but even after that no progress. Check this out – 

http://ideone.com/Nxc0RM

In the program, he declared an integer variable I and he's using the int variable I in his programs. This doesn't work this way. It will give you an error. 

prog.cpp:7: error: ‘i’ was not declared in this scope

One cannot write –

For(i=1;i<=5;i++)

for loop is declared as –  

for(i = 1; i <= 5;i++)

You cannot use a capital F to write a for loop. It will give a compilation error.

Regards,

Sanders Danny 

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