# Instructions

Instructions

Your task assignment is to write a program that will "draw" a square and a triangle, comprised of a specified character. The best way to illustrate this is with sample output:

What character do you want to use shapes? #

How many rows/columns does your square have? 5

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How many rows does your triangle have? 5

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Here it is upside-down:

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The user will specify which character will be used to draw the shapes. The character can be anything (e.g., #, *, 4, A, x, etc).

The user will then specify how many rows/columns the square will be. In the example above, the user specified 5 as his/her chosen value, so each row of the square is 5 characters long, and there are 5 rows.

The triangle is a little different in that the first row starts with one character, and each row grows by 1 character in length until the last (nth) row is n characters long.

After "drawing" that triangle, your program should draw it again, only upside-down (the first row is n characters long and decreases by one character per row until the last (nth) row).

The shapes must be "drawn" using loops ( are probably best).

You can assume that valid, positive integers will be inputed number of rows shape. You are free to check input, but it won't be necessary.

Your task assignment is to write a program that will "draw" a square and a triangle, comprised of a specified character. The best way to illustrate this is with sample output:

What character do you want to use shapes? #

How many rows/columns does your square have? 5

#####

#####

#####

#####

#####

How many rows does your triangle have? 5

#

##

###

####

#####

Here it is upside-down:

#####

####

###

##

#

The user will specify which character will be used to draw the shapes. The character can be anything (e.g., #, *, 4, A, x, etc).

The user will then specify how many rows/columns the square will be. In the example above, the user specified 5 as his/her chosen value, so each row of the square is 5 characters long, and there are 5 rows.

The triangle is a little different in that the first row starts with one character, and each row grows by 1 character in length until the last (nth) row is n characters long.

After "drawing" that triangle, your program should draw it again, only upside-down (the first row is n characters long and decreases by one character per row until the last (nth) row).

The shapes must be "drawn" using loops ( are probably best).

You can assume that valid, positive integers will be inputed number of rows shape. You are free to check input, but it won't be necessary.

You'll get a 1.9MB .ZIP file.