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Python Basic Object-Oriented Python Creating a Memory Game Game Class Part 2

Ava Jones
Ava Jones
2,555 Points

I can't get my grid to line up, is anyone able to help?

https://w.trhou.se/dpitc9g5rv <- Snapshot

from cards import Card
import random

class Game:
  def __init__(self):
    self.size = 4
    self.card_options = ["Add", "Boo", "Cat", "Dev", "Egg", "Far", "Gum", "Hut"]
    self.columns = ["A", "B", "C", "D"]
    self.cards = []
    self.locations = []
    for column in self.columns:
      for num in range(1, self.size + 1):

  def set_cards(self):
    used_locations = []
    for word in self.card_options:
      for i in range(2):
        available_locations = set(self.locations) - set(used_locations)
        random_location = random.choice(list(available_locations))
        card = Card(word, random_location)
  def create_row(self, num):
    row = []
    for column in self.columns:
      for card in self.cards:
        if card.location == f'{column}{num}':
          if card.matched:
    return row
  def create_grid(self):
    header = '  |  ' + '  |  '.join(self.columns) + '  |'
    for row in range(1, self.size + 1):
      print_row = f'{row}| '
      get_row = self.create_row(row)
      print_row += '  |  ' + '  |  '.join(get_row) + '  |'

if __name__ == '__main__':
  game = Game()
  game.cards[0].matched = True
  game.cards[1].matched = True
  game.cards[2].matched = True
  game.cards[3].matched = True

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,583 Points

You're close, it just needs a few minor fixups.

When a card is not matched in create_row:

            row.append('   ')                  # same number of spaces an item would take

Then in create_grid:

      print_row = f'{row} | '                  # adjust spacing
      get_row = self.create_row(row)
      print_row += ' | '.join(get_row) + ' |'  # eliminate extra bar and adjust spacing
      print(print_row)                         # and remember to print the row!

Then finally:

#  print(game.create_row(1))    <- none of these are needed because create_grid does it
#  print(game.create_row(2))
#  print(game.create_row(3))
#  print(game.create_row(4))
Ava Jones
Ava Jones
2,555 Points

I really appreciate your time, working on it now! Thank you.

Ava Jones
Ava Jones
2,555 Points

IT WORKS, thank you so much!