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Write a program that prints a spiral of ASCII characters. The size of the spiral's longest edge, n, should be configurable.

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The spiral's first edge should go to the right and have length n. Each subsequent edge should be one unit shorter than the last.

Example:
if the input is 7, I should get the output as:
# # # # # # #
            #
    # # #   #
    #   #   #
    #       #
    # # # # #


What I have tried:

I'm trying many ways, but am not able to resolve.
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Updated 14-Sep-23 9:49am
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Andre Oosthuizen 14-Aug-23 10:21am    
Quote: Im trying in many ways but not able to resolve - you need to show us what you have tried and then where you are stuck.
Richard MacCutchan 14-Aug-23 10:56am    
Look at the sequnce of characters. You just need to work out an algorithm for the number of spaces in each line.
Dave Kreskowiak 14-Aug-23 18:23pm    
You'll get one hint: 2D array.

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