using structured programming to create a program in a chosen language that displays a specific shape using loops.

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using structured programming to create a program in a chosen language that displays a specific shape using loops.

Structured programming promotes simplicity. Only three forms of control are needed to implement an algorithm:
Sequence
Selection
Repetition
The sequence structure is trivial. Simply list the statements to execute in the order in which they should execute.
Selection is implemented in one of three ways:
if statement (single selection)
if…else statement (double selection)
switch statement (multiple selection)
In fact, it’s straightforward to prove that the simple if statement is sufficient to provide any form of selection—everything that can be done with the if…else statement and the switch statement can be implemented by combining if statements (although perhaps not as clearly and efficiently).
Repetition is implemented in one of three ways:
while statement
do…while statement
for statement
Write a program using any programming language of your choice ( from C#/C++/Java) to display the following shape using loops. These shapes will be displayed vertically not side by side. You can only output one asterisk/space/line at a time.
Deliverables
Copy the entire source code file to a word document
Make a screen print of your entire program output and paste it to the same word document which contains your source code file
Do not zip the word document
Directly submit the word document to the dropbox for grading.

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