This is a mixed pattern which uses the different types in one and this pattern was asked to me when I was giving the 1st round of coding in Webkul Interview.
Input : 3 Output : @ @@@ @@@@@ * * **@@@** * * Input : 5 Output : @ @@@ @@@@@ @@@@@@@ * * ** ** ***@@@@@*** ** ** * *
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