Number pattern program print in down up approach

Number pattern program print in down up approach

Logic:

• Get the row size from the user.
• The below steps are executed for (2*n)-1 times.
• Determine the starting position to store the count value.
• Then decrement row value and increment column value.
• At last, print the array to display patterns.

Explanation:

• a=>stores the pattern value, n=>number of rows, k=>determines the row, l=>determines the column and cnt=>value to store
• Let’s consider input n=4 and cnt=1
• By using n we can find how many times the loop going to execute which is (2*n)-1 times ie, 7 times
• Store the cnt=1 value into the array a into the position a[k][l] now k=0, m=0,l=0, and cnt=1 and m is used only for upper loop count to execute
• For the next row k=1, l=0, m=1 and cnt=2. Now inner loop executes for two times and then l increments and k value decrements now k=0 and l=1, cnt=3 value stores into the array
• This process continues for the upper half of the pattern and cnt=11
• Then moves to the lower half where we increment both row and column
• Now l=1, k=3, m=3, cnt=11, and the same thing going on loop executes for 3 times, and count store into the array
• Then l=2, k=3, m=3, cnt=14, and the same thing going on loop executes for 2 times, and count store into the array
• Then l=3, k=3, m=3, cnt=16, and the same thing going on loop executes for 1 time, and count store into the array
• And exits from the outer loop then prints the pattern

Program:

```#include<stdio.h>
void main()
{
/* a->stores the pattern value
n->number of rows
k->determines the row
l->determines the column
cnt->value to store
*/
int a[10][10],n,i,j,k,cnt=1,l,m;
printf("Enter the number:");
scanf("%d",&n);
for(i=0;i<(2*n)-1;i++) //loops executes for (2*n)-1 times
{
k=i,m=i;
l=0;
if(i>=n)                      //applies only for lower half
{
l=(i+1)%n;
k=n-1;
m=n-1;
}
for(j=l;j<=m;j++)
{
a[k][j]=cnt++;            //store the count into array
k--;
}
}
for(i=0;i<n;i++)                 //prints the pattern
{
for(j=0;j<n;j++)
{
printf("%d ",a[i][j]);
}
printf("\n");
}
}
```

Vignesh

A Computer Science graduate who likes to make things simpler. When he’s not working, you can find him surfing the web, learning facts, tricks and life hacks. He also enjoys movies in his leisure time.
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