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    plaese help me...

    Write a recursive function that takes as a parameter a non-negative integer and generated the following pattern of stars. If the non-negative is n, then the pattern generated is:

    n = 1
    1

    n = 2
    0
    010

    n = 3
    0
    010
    01010

    n = 4
    0
    010
    01010
    0101010


    thank u very much!!!
    Last edited by aloy; 02-29-2008 at 03:08 AM.

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    And your question is?

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    question..

    my question is..anyone know how to produce the output like this..thank u 4 helping~

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    Sure, I think I could cobble something up that does that.

    However, the principle for "homework" is that you post your effort, we help you along, and you learn something in the process, not "You post what the problem is and wait for the solution to be posted".

    Or in short: "Do your own homework".

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