Thread: Draw a Christmas tree

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    Draw a Christmas tree

    I need to set up a program which draws a Christmas tree that looks like this:


    Where the user can input any value that is the tree height between 4-20.
    How would i go about setting up a proc that draws the branchlines for the corresponding tree height :/ PLEASE HELP

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    Grab a pen and paper and start working on it by hand. Take note of the steps you take. Use this to develop an algorithm, which can then be translated to code. If the code doesn't work as expected, come back here and post it (using proper code tags) with questions, and we can help you further.

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    In my opinion, a computer is the worst way. Bob Ross: Painting An Evergreen Tree - YouTube

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