Print stars in the following arrangement:
# 03Loops example_03_print stars.py stars = 6 for i in range(1,stars): # This for loop defines the number of rows we want for j in range(1,i+1): # This loop tells how many stars(*) per row print '*', # The comma(,) indicates no new line after printing print # After a row is printed, start a new line
In this example of nested-loops, the inner loop controls how many stars(*) each row has. For instance, we want to print 3 stars in the 3rd row. Hence, when i = 3, the inner loop becomes “for j in range(1,4): print ‘*’,” which means 3 stars will be printed in this row.