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Why does it not work properly?

CapnDom
CapnDom

So I am fairly new to coding in general, this is but my second repl, but I am stumped. I look at it for such a long time now I just feel stuck.

Whenever I play I lose.

I am really not sure why, I set parameters, I have written out all possible actions and yet I never can win or tie.

Can you have a look over this and tell me where it went wrong?

BTW: I used to initially code with elif instead of if statements below, but it didn't change much. The lose messages were modified so I can see where the error occurs.
The programm recognises my input and then simply skips the win or tie scenarios and immediately prints the lose messages, the "else" parameters.

1 year ago
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MikeW3
MikeW3

@CapnDom

this should fix

Computer = random.choice(computer_choice) print("You chose "+game, "and I chose "+Computer) #random choice works fine, does what it should if Computer == game: print("Okay, looks like we tied here. Let's play another game.") if game == "rock": if Computer == "scissors": print ("You win, "+name) else: print("You lost.rock") if game == "paper": if Computer == "rock": print("Good Job, you win "+name) else: print("You lost, sorry.paper") if game == "scissors": if Computer == "paper": print ("You won! Congratz, "+name) else: print("Sorry, you lost.scissors") retry = input ("Retry? Yes/No\n") if retry == "no": break
1 year ago