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eden ohana
eden ohana
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How bad am i?

Tried to do what Kenneth suggested at the end of the numbers game videos...

code: import random

def game():

guess = random.randint(1, 10)

while True:

    print ("Think of a number between 1 to 10, i will try and guess it.")
    yn = raw_input("Do you have the number? press y to continue > ")
    if yn != "y":
    answer = (raw_input("Is you number is {} ? yes/no > ".format(guess)))
    if answer == "yes":
        print("Great, I was right!")
    elif answer == "no":
        print("Uh, Maybe next time.")


def replay():

while True:

    replay = raw_input("Do you want to try again? press y to continue > ")
    if replay == "y":


end of code.

1 Answer

Before I study your code I will first point out that Python is real picky on spaces and indenting; you might try removing the space after print in this line: print ("Think of a number between 1 to 10, i will try and guess it.")