We skipped a Coding Challenge last week. (Got a little busy with the business of starting awesome new projects with awesome new clients like Virgin Active and Pam Golding.) But we’re back, and hope you’ve had a good fortnight of practice.
If you enjoyed the Christmas Tree Coding Challenge, you might enjoy this follow-up…
Remember, you can tweet submissions to @newmedialabs, or email your file to us at email@example.com.
Coding Challenge Three: The Box The Christmas Tree Came In
Your code takes 2 values: “cols” and “rows” and outputs a box, like this:
In this example, cols = 9, rows = 5.
The minimum number of columns and rows is 1.
Let’s see who can do it:
1 with the fewest lines; and 2 in the most obscure, unreadable, unmaintainable manner possible.