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# How to readjust arguments based on input?

This is from the Number Game app except the reverse version where I have the computer guess my number. I've looked through the old posts for this app and have realized the need to adjust my arguments (lower, upper) after the initial guess, but I'm not sure how to go about it. This is what I have so far.

```import random
wrong_guess = []
guess = random.randint(1, 10)
def game():
while len(wrong_guess) < 5:
lower = ()
upper = ()
guess = random.randint(lower, upper)
answer = input("Is your number " + str(guess) + "? Enter Y/N: ")
print("Ah ha! {} was your number. That was fun!".format(guess))
play_again = input("Wanna play again? Enter Y/N: ")
if play_again.upper() == 'Y':
game()
else:
print("OK! Let's play again next time!")
break
else:
wrong_guess.append(guess)
hl_ans = input("Was my guess too high or too low? Enter H/L: ")
if hl_ans.upper() == 'H':
upper = guess
game()
elif hl_ans.upper() == 'L':
lower = guess
game()
game()
```