brian.mattern / gmail.com wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 24, 2006 at 04:41:52AM +0900, Erik Veenstra wrote:
>>> I error to the left when aligning on the left side of the
>>> triangle, and to the right on the right side.
>> No, you don't... ;]
>>
>> The left "picture" formed by the numbers 3, 10, 35 and 126
>> should be a mirror of the right one. It isn't...
>>
>> But I like the idea of "erroring" to opposite sides. What about
>> the center column?
> 
> Oops :)
> Thanks. I was off by one on the midpoint.
> Update: http://rephorm.com/files/dump/pascal28-3.txt
> 
> Since the center column is arbitrary, I just have it erroring to the
> right. (It is past the floor of the rows center point).
> 
> 
> Brian

looks realy nice.

i just stumbled about something interesting. Instead of
outputting the number just put a '*' for odd numbers and a space for
even ones. Try with high row count (at least 32)...

Fun quiz btw.

cheers

Simon