Several patterns can be printed using Python, once we have a strong grip over the concepts involving loops. Here, we will be using simple
for loops to generate a square pattern using numbers.
A square is a plane figure consisting of four sides that are identical in terms of magnitude. It has four angles, all of which are 90 degrees.
To execute this figure using Python programming, we will be using two
Let’s look at the below code snippet.
# No of rows n = 4 # Loop through rows for i in range(n): # Loop to print pattern for j in range(n): print('*' , end=' ') print()
In line 2, we take the input for the number of rows (i.e., length of the square).
In line 5, we create a
for loop to iterate through the number of rows.
From lines 8 and 9, an inner nested loop runs, printing
* along the rows and columns, thereby generating the given pattern. The
end statement helps to stay on the same line.
In line 10, the
print() statement is used to move to the next line.
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