greatest common divisor and solution in integers

The greatest common divisor of 203 and 147; $gcd(203,147)=7$.
Thus how can we find all the solution in integers $x,y$ of the equation $203x + 147y=7$?

$$\begin{array}{rclcrcllr} 1 & \cdot & 203 & + & 0 & \cdot & 147 & = & 203 \\ 0 & \cdot & 203 & + & 1 & \cdot & 147 & = & 147 \\ 1 & \cdot & 203 & - & 1 & \cdot & 147 & = & 56 \\ -2 & \cdot & 203 & + & 3 & \cdot & 147 & = & 35 \\ 3 & \cdot & 203 & - & 4 & \cdot & 147 & = & 21 \\ -5 & \cdot & 203 & + & 7 & \cdot & 147 & = & 14 \\ 8 & \cdot & 203 & - & 11 & \cdot & 147 & = & 7 \\ -21 & \cdot & 203 & + & 29 & \cdot & 147 & = & 0 \\ \end{array}$$ These last two are important! The first tells us one solution of the equation; the second tells us a thing that, when I add it in to the first, doesn't change the right side.
So, our result is: $203x+147y=7 \rightarrow (x,y)=(8-21k,-11+29k)$