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Thread: power of looping >.< in my project

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    Default power of looping >.< in my project

    use any type of loop that would find you easy in solving the given machine problem

    the input value is a non-negative number from 1 - 20,otherwise, an invalid message will be displayed prompting the user of invalid entry


    the output is the row and column size of the number being entered
    EXAMPLE

    SAMPLE INPUT
    Enter a number ( 1 - 20 ) - 5

    SAMPLE OUTPUT : (5x5) matrix

    1 @ @ @ 1
    @ 2 @ 2 @
    @ @ 3 @ @
    @ 4 @ 2 @
    5 @ @ @ 5

    guyz help me with this please i need this for my project
    looping , my instructor has no explanation about this >.<
    help me guyz im only 16 years old . and first time for java .


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    Default Re: power of looping >.< in my project

    Look at the print out row by row. What goes on each row? What is the relationship between what goes on a row with the row number. Where on each row does the number go?

    If you were to print any one row given the row number, where would you position the numbers for that row. For row 2 where on the row do the '2's go?
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    Default Re: power of looping >.< in my project

    are you sure that the question is right? I think in sample output the 4th row should be like this: @ 4 @ 4 @

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    Default Re: power of looping >.< in my project

    oops sorry @ 4 @ 4 @

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    Default Re: power of looping >.< in my project

    Have you worked out what goes on a line/row? For example: what goes on the first line?
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