In this shot, we will learn how to generate a rectangle pattern using alphabets in Python.
We can use Python to generate and print different patterns, but only once we’ve achieved a robust grip over the concepts involving loops. Here, we’ll use a simple
for loop to get a solid rectangle pattern using alphabets.
To form a rectangular pattern with Python programming, we will use two
for loops —one outer and one nested loop:
Let’s look at the code snippet given below:
# Initialising Length and Breadth rows = 3 columns = 6 # Loop through number of rows for i in range(rows): # Loop through number of columns for j in range(columns): ch = chr(65+i) # Printing Pattern print(ch, end = ' ') print()
Line 2: We take the input for the number of rows.
Line 3: We take the input for the number of columns.
Line 6: We create a
for loop to iterate through the number of rows.
Line 9: We create a
for loop to iterate through the number of columns.
Line 10: We define
ch, which is used to create alphabets from numbers by using the iterative value of
i and the concept of ASCII conversion. The starting value
65 + (i=0), is used as the ASCII value of
A (starting of the rectangle).
Lines 12–13: We print the pattern.
print()statement is used to move on to the next line.
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