David Lawson999 Points
Any reason why he didn't count the no of guesses in the simpler way?
So I did as Kenneth suggested and tried implementing the solution before watching the video... And I managed to!! Although I did it a bit differently to him.
So when counting how many guesses, he created a list and made sure that every attempt added a 'guess' to the list. When the length of the list == 5 then it's game over.
What I did is create a n_guesses var and assigned it a value of 0. Every incorrect guess added 1 to the sum (so n_guesses += 1) and I added an overarching if so that if n_guesses < 3 then it would run the game, else it would end.
Any reason why he did it differently? Seems more complicated than it should be.