Project 2 - Project 2: Painting with Characters Due...

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Project 2: Painting with Characters Due Thursday, February 18th, 9:00 pm TA: Cheng Wang For this project you will develop a simple software which enables users to draw some shapes with characters. You will make use of conditionals and loops to implement this project. Background Course Material Setup Project Specification Submitting Your Project Grading Criteria Background We usually draw shapes with lines and curves but how about with characters? Here we have some examples. To simplify the problem, the character can only be a letter, a digit or an asterisk. Also, you only need to consider 4 kind of shapes. Type A : Filled Right-angled Triangle with n rows. Here are examples in which n = 3, 5 and 7. Type B : Unfilled Right-angled Triangle with n rows. Here are examples in which n = 3, 5 and 7. Type C : Filled Isosceles Triangle with n rows. Here are examples in which n = 3, 5 and 7.
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Type D : Unfilled Isosceles Triangle with n rows. Here are examples in which n = 3, 5 and 7. Course Material Before you start this project, you must understand: Conditionals (section 1.3) Loops (section 1.3) CS 177 Java Coding Standards Setup 1. In your
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