So I had these stairs removed on the side of my house and filled...

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So I had these stairs removed on the side of my house and filled the hole with stones.There was a big rainstorm and the water flowed through the stones and flooded my basement.I want to remove the stones and fill with concrete.My question is about the joint where the concrete meets the wall. Do I just fill concrete right up to the wall, or do I need to leave a quarter inch gap and fill it with some material so it doesn't crack or whatever? That joint is the most important because it's closest to the wall and it's where water would seal in the most, I want it to be the most secure.What about the other 3 sides where the concrete will meet the other concrete? How do I make a gap there? Should there be one?
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