1. ## How to get this - some ideas please

Write a program to produce the following output:
ABCDEFGFEDCBA
ABCDEF FEDCBA
ABCDE EDCBA
ABCD DCBA
ABC CBA
AB BA
A A

it should be like a pyramid
my code is this:

Code:
```#include <stdio.h>
int main ()
{
char a,b,c;
for (b=65;b<=70;b++)
printf ("%c", b);
for(a=70;a>64;a--)
printf ("%c", a);
printf ("\n");

for (b=65;b<=69;b++)
printf ("%c", b);
printf ("\n");

for (b=65;b<=68;b++)
printf ("%c", b);
printf ("\n");

for (b=65;b<=67;b++)
printf ("%c", b);
printf ("\n");

for (b=65;b<=66;b++)
printf ("%c", b);
printf ("\n");

for (b=65;b<=65;b++)
printf ("%c", b);
printf("\n");
}```

2. Code:
```printf("     ");
printf("%c",73);
printf(" wonder where?\n");```
An experiment.

3. i used printf("\n"); to get the variables printed in next line after for loop executes so each time i execute a for loop i have to print out the it in new line so that the ABCDEFG will become ABCDEF next line like this untill i get down to letter A. I also want to ask y you used printf("%c",73) can you please explain to me so that i can understand bit much about it.Thanks in advance.

4. b<=70
b<=69
Consider another loop, which counts backwards.