On May 26, 2007, at 1:02 PM, Morton Goldberg wrote:

> On May 25, 2007, at 11:58 PM, James Edward Gray II wrote:
>
>> On May 25, 2007, at 6:53 PM, Morton Goldberg wrote:
>>
>>> I'm confused about the intent of this quiz. Is the main focus  
>>> writing code that will re-create the ASCII art shown above, or is  
>>> it just to draw the required fractal by any means of the solver's  
>>> choice (for example, using the turtle geometry classes developed  
>>> in Quiz 104)? If the latter is permitted, a simple, recursive  
>>> turtle program will do the job.
>>
>> You guys should know by now that I'm pretty light on rules.   
>> Officially, the "intent of this quiz" is to learn something and/or  
>> have some fun.  ;)
>>
>> I say, if you can solve it simply with turtle graphics, show us.   
>> I doubt everyone will try that so it certainly has a unique edge.
>
> James, given the way the quiz is currently formulated, I do realize  
> _you_ would never dump on a turtle graphics solution. However, I  
> wonder whether or not the quiz author would welcome such a  
> solution. I suspect he thinks providing ASCII output is an integral  
> part of his quiz. I seek clarification because I think the quiz  
> author's point of view should be respected.

Well, he did invite graphic solutions in the quiz description...

James Edward Gray II