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BaldPython    100
I am making a program to fill the whole screen with an integer. But it's not working. Here's the code:

#include <iostream>
#include <stdlib.h>


enum SCREEN {
            SCREENW = 80,
            SCREENH = 24
};

void screenfill(int h=SCREENH, int w=SCREENW, int c=1){

       int array[h][w];
       for(int i=0; i <= w; i++ )
           cout << (array[h][i] = c) ;
       for(int J=0; J <= h; J++ )
          cout << (array[J][w] = c);

      screenfill((h-1),(w-1),c);
}


int main()
{
      system("cls");
      screenfill( (SCREENH-1) , (SCREENW-1) , 1 );
      return 0;
}


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BaldPython    100
I changed it but still its not working ...


void screenfill(int h=SCREENH, int w=SCREENW, int c=1){

int array[h][w];
for(int i=0; i <= w; i++ )
cout << (array[h][i] = c) ;
for(int J=0; J <= h; J++ )
cout << (array[J][w] = c);
if( h != 0 )
screenfill((h-1),(w),c);
else if( w != 0 )
screenfill((h),(w-1),c);
}


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spookycat    830
Why not just do it the simple way.

void screenfill(int h=SCREENH, int w=SCREENW, int c=1)
{
for ( int y = 0; y < h; y++ )
{
for ( int x = 0; x < w; x++ )
{
cout << c;
}
}
}

// or

void screenfill(int h=SCREENH, int w=SCREENW, int c=1)
{
for ( int i = 0; i < h * w; i++ )
{
cout << c;
}
}

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