# Drawing a rectangle

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Expressive drawing using the modest tools of pseudographics is the same as minimalism in music. At least, some critics on Earth think so. Well, let's heed their words and do some drawing. Let's enter two numbers m and n, and draw a rectangle of eights. The rectangle will be m eights high and n eights wide.
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Jimmy PhanLevel 7 , Atlanta
24 October, 17:57
Not sure if this will really help anyone out but; I renamed m as rows and n as columns. It might help you get a better understanding of which loop is doing what.
9 October, 05:04
Don't print n*m. It just wants you print the number eight.
Sam Level 6 , ELIZABETH
15 November, 13:03
they should have used numbers that does not coincidentally multiplies to 8
Tauqeer ArifLevel 7 , Jhelum
5 October, 07:10
What the hell is going on ?
Azhar IqbalLevel 18 , Multan
29 August 2018, 12:03
``````for(int i=0; i<8; i++){
for(int x=0; x < 4;x++){
System.out.print(n*m);
}
System.out.println();
}``````
What's the problem how many times in rows display the text???
RomanLevel 41
30 August 2018, 05:39
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RyonLevel 9 , Manila
16 September 2018, 23:36
Your program should be reading a keyboard input. Do not explicitly indicate a constant in your for loop conditions
``````for(int i=0; i<8; i++) { // I am talking about i < 8
for(int x=0; x < 4;x++){ // and this x < 4
System.out.print(n*m); // Watch out for this...
}
System.out.println();
}``````
And also, your program should just be printing the number '8' when making the box.
18 March, 20:12
``````package com.codegym.task.task04.task0436;
/*
Drawing a rectangle
*/
import java.io.*;