BradTheBrutalitist - 5 months ago 5
Python Question

# PYTHON: MY CARD GAME: Not Enough Rounds

I fixed up my code and it is working so far

But, at the end I intended it to repeat the round with the same cards and add up the total

``````if(Select > AINumber):
print("You won! Your card was higher than the AI's card", "Your card was", Select, "AI's card was", AINumber)
print("You scored", (Select - AINumber), "points!")
if(Select < AINumber):
print("You Lost! Your card was lower than the AI's card", "Your card was", Select, "AI's card was", AINumber)
print("AI scored", (AINumber - Select), "points!")
if(Select == AINumber):
print("You tied with the AI! Your card was the same as the AI's card", "Your card was", Select, "AI's card was", AINumber)
print("Nobody scored points!")
``````

It didn't do either of these. I'm still working on the code what should i keep in mind when fixing the
`random.randint`
and very last lines and if there is a short cut to repeating the rounds or not.

``````def instructions():
print("You will be playing with an ai and whoever lays down the highest number wins that round.")
print("The points you get are determined by how much higher your card was from your opponents card.")
print("The person with the most points wins!")

def getUserInput():
print ("\nDo you want to play?: ")
print("\nChoices")
print("1. Yes")
print("2. No\n")

Choice = input()

if(Choice == 'Yes') or (Choice == 'yes'):
print("Okay, lets get started!")
startGame()
elif(Choice == 'No') or (Choice == 'no'):
print("Okay, bye!")
else:
print("That is not a Choice!")
print("Choose 'Yes' or 'No'")
getUserInput()

def startGame():
print("Round One!")

import random

My_Deck = []

for Cards in range(9):
Cards = random.randint(1, 100)
My_Deck.append(Cards)

while True:
print("Select one of your cards: "),
print(My_Deck)
Select = int(input())
try:
if (Select in My_Deck):
My_Deck.remove(Select)
print("You have selected", Select)
print(My_Deck)
break
else:
print("You don't have that card in your deck!")
except ValueError as e:
print(e)

AINumber = random.randint(1, 100)

if(Select > AINumber):
print("You won! Your card was higher than the AI's card", "Your card was", Select, "AI's card was", AINumber)
print("You scored", (Select - AINumber), "points!")
if(Select < AINumber):
print("You Lost! Your card was lower than the AI's card", "Your card was", Select, "AI's card was", AINumber)
print("AI scored", (AINumber - Select), "points!")
if(Select == AINumber):
print("You tied with the AI! Your card was the same as the AI's card", "Your card was", Select, "AI's card was", AINumber)
print("Nobody scored points!")

instructions()
getUserInput()
startGame()
``````

I think this code works as you require:

``````def instructions():
print("You will be playing with an ai and whoever lays down the highest number wins that round.")
print("The points you get are determined by how much higher your card was from your opponents card.")
print("The person with the most points wins!")

def getUserInput():
global roundNumber, My_Deck, PlayerPoints, AIPoints
My_Deck = []
roundNumber = 0
AIPoints = 0
PlayerPoints = 0
print ("\nDo you want to play?: ")
print("\nChoices")
print("1. Yes")
print("2. No\n")

Choice = input()

if(Choice == 'Yes') or (Choice == 'yes'):
print("\nOkay, lets get started!")
startGame()
elif(Choice in ['No', 'no']):
print("Okay, bye!")
quit()
else:
print("That is not a Choice!")
print("Choose 'Yes' or 'No'")
getUserInput()

def startGame():
global roundNumber, My_Deck, PlayerPoints, AIPoints
print("\nAIPoints = %d PlayerPoints = %d" % (AIPoints, PlayerPoints))
roundNumber = roundNumber + 1
print("\nRound %d!" % (roundNumber))
cardChoosen = None
import random

if(roundNumber == 1):

for Cards in range(9):
Cards = random.randint(1, 100)
My_Deck.append(Cards)

while True:
print("Select one of your cards: "),
print(My_Deck)
Select = int(input())
try:
if (Select in My_Deck):
My_Deck.remove(Select)
print("You choose", Select)
print(My_Deck)
cardChoosen = Select
break
else:
print("You don't have that card in your deck!")
except ValueError as e:
print(e)
elif(roundNumber == 10):
if(PlayerPoints > AIPoints):
print("\nCongratulations you won with a score of %d compared to the AI's %d" % (PlayerPoints, AIPoints))
getUserInput()
elif(PlayerPoints < AIPoints):
print("\nUnfortunately you lost with a score of %d compared to the AI's %d" % (PlayerPoints, AIPoints))
getUserInput()
else:
print("\nWow this is basicaly impossible you tied with the AI with you both ahving a score of %d and %d... " % (PlayerPoints, AIPoints))
getUserInput()
else:
print("\nHere are your %d cards.\n" % (9 - roundNumber + 1))

while True:
print("Select one of your cards: "),
print(My_Deck)
Select = int(input())
try:
if (Select in My_Deck):
My_Deck.remove(Select)
print("You choose", Select)
print(My_Deck)
cardChoosen = Select
break
else:
print("You don't have that card in your deck!")
except ValueError as e:
print(e)

AINumber = random.randint(1, 100)

if(cardChoosen > AINumber):
print("\nYou won! Your number %d was higher than the AI's number %d" % (cardChoosen, AINumber))
print("\nYou scored %d points" % (cardChoosen - AINumber))
PlayerPoints = PlayerPoints + (cardChoosen - AINumber)
startGame()
elif(cardChoosen < AINumber):
print("\nYou Lost! Your number %d was lower than the AI's number %d" % (cardChoosen, AINumber))
print("\nAI scored %d points" % (AINumber - cardChoosen))
AIPoints = AIPoints + (AINumber - cardChoosen)
startGame()
else:
print("\nYou tied with the AI! Your number %d was the same as the AI's number %d" % (cardChoosen, AINumber))
print("\nNobody scored points!")
startGame()

My_Deck = []
roundNumber = 0
AIPoints = 0
PlayerPoints = 0
instructions()
getUserInput()
``````
Source (Stackoverflow)