Since the dawn of computers, Hollywood has greatly demonstrated a Hacker or a Programmer as someone sitting on a computer typing random keys on computer which ultimately compiles to a Falling matrix like simulation. Here, we will try to implement a similar falling matrix simulation on the console using C++.
The idea here is to print random characters over a defined width, where the two successive characters may or may not have certain amount of gap defined randomly. A certain amount of delay between printing successive lines has to be implemented in order to have a ‘falling effect’.
This prints the amazing Falling-Matrix simulation on the console.
- This program would not run using Run on IDE button because system is disabled.
- If you get compiler error while compiling this program. Compile it using below command on GCC.
$ g++ -std=c++11 abc.cpp -o falling.o $ falling.o
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