CS2134_HW4 - HOMEWORK#4 CS2134 Fall 2007 Due 11:59 p.m...

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HOMEWORK #4 CS2134, Fall 2007 Due 11:59 p.m. Monday 10/29 Instructions: Submit the programming part in a single file called hw04.cpp. Submit the written part in a single file called hw04written.xxx, where xxx indicates the file format. The program for the programming part is short, but you will need to think before writing. Make sure to leave enough time to do the written part -- it is longer than usual. Programming Part: Consider the following triangle (we will call this an upside-down triangle): *************** ************* *********** ********* ******* ***** *** * Observation: If I remove the first row, the remainder is also a triangle of the same shape, except that its height is reduced by one, and it is indented one position. ************* *********** ********* ******* ***** *** * Using the above observation, write a recursive function print_up_tri(int i, int n) that prints an upside down triangle with n rows, indented by i positions. (How many asterisks should be in the top row?) For example, print_up_tri(2, 6) should print the triangle *********** ********* ******* ***** *** * Your function may contain a loop to print the asterisks in the top row of the upside-down triangle. The remaining rows of the triangle must be printed
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by making a recursive call.
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