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Hi!

My question is: how can I write down first 100 numbers using Fibonacci?
From 100 to 0.

Thx
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Updated 6-Apr-11 9:12am
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Wild-Programmer 6-Apr-11 8:53am    
Did you try searching google? It will give faster result.
Sandeep Mewara 6-Apr-11 15:54pm    
Homework + No effort

 
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 6-Apr-11 18:31pm    
Good enough, my 5.
I added similar one from a more fundamental source, mode useful info, please see.
--SA
Wild-Programmer 7-Apr-11 6:14am    
Thanks SA :)
And your advice below was hilarious.
I would write them down with a pencil that has an eraser, because if you make a mistake, you can correct it and move on with your list. (I assume that you're aware that 100 isn't in the sequence.)
 
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 6-Apr-11 18:32pm    
Quite a good idea, my 5 :-)
I added a bit more definitive advice though, please see... :-)
--SA
I am sorry but there is no quick question here. This is your college assignment, you should put some effort.

We expect you to put some time in trying the issue that you are facing and then some time in formulating the question while posting here.

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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 6-Apr-11 18:30pm    
You are right, as always in such cases. My 5.
I added somewhat more definitive advice, please see. :-)
--SA
All you need is just definition, but here you will find a pseudo-code: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fibonacci_number[^].

Not doing it by yourself would be just a shame. (However, not finding it is already a shame.)

Get to work!

—SA
 
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thank you all i managed to do it myself.
this is my second week working in .NET, and must work hard.
I promise no more stupid questions :)
 
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