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I have tried but not get the correct program
Updated 17-Jun-22 22:08pm
CPallini 17-Jun-22 10:44am    
Post your code here, we could help you to fix it.
Mike Hankey 17-Jun-22 10:49am    
If you have a problem with the logic, ask your instructor.
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Patrice T 17-Jun-22 11:05am    
Are you sure about the first line "1 121" ?
Show your work so far to get help.

I see a pattern, there!

At row r start counting with c=1 and increment it until c==r, then start decrementing it, until c==1 again. At each step output the value of c.
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If you look at the numbers you can see what is the common factor.
Line 1 starts at 1 goes up to 2 and back down to 1.
Line 2 starts at 1 goes up to 3 and back down to 1.
... and so on until the limit gets to 5.

So you probably need three loops:
- The outer loop counts from 1 to 5
- Inner loop 1 counts up from 1 to the outer count.
- Inner loop 2 counts down from outer count to 1.

At each point in the inner loop you need to print the value of the loop counter.
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You only need two loops.One for each line and one that writes the matching numbers to the right place.It is best to first calculate how long the longest line is(b), then at which position you want to write(k), and the number you want to write(x).Of course you have to convert the integer to a readable number(c).When the line is complete you can simply output it.
char line[18] = "                 ";
char c;
int h = ...;	// pyramid hight 
int b = ...;    // pyramid base len

for (int i=1; i<=h; i++) {
     for (int k=b/2, x=i; x>0; --k, --x) {
         char c = cnv2char(x);
         line[k] = c;      // left side
         line[b-k-1] = c;  // right side
     printf("%s\n", line);
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