Python Exercise: Print alphabet pattern A
Python Conditional: Exercise - 17 with Solution
Write a Python program to print the alphabet pattern 'A'.
# Initialize an empty string named 'result_str' result_str = "" # Iterate through rows from 0 to 6 using the range function for row in range(0, 7): # Iterate through columns from 0 to 6 using the range function for column in range(0, 7): # Check conditions to determine whether to place '*' or ' ' in the result string # If conditions are met, place '*' in specific positions based on row and column values if (((column == 1 or column == 5) and row != 0) or ((row == 0 or row == 3) and (column > 1 and column < 5))): result_str = result_str + "*" # Append '*' to the 'result_str' else: result_str = result_str + " " # Append space (' ') to the 'result_str' result_str = result_str + "\n" # Add a newline character after each row in 'result_str' # Print the final 'result_str' containing the pattern print(result_str)
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