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Python - Code Critique request

Howdy Forum,

I wrote a simple rock, paper, scissors game for Python and I was wondering if I could get some feedback on it. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks!


2 Answers

Kenneth Love
Kenneth Love
Treehouse Guest Teacher

It'd be nice to be told what I can and can't type as a player. Also, you didn't cover the scenario where both the computer and I pick the same choice. Say we both pick 'rock'. You don't have a condition for that.

Your code is pretty clean and nice-looking, though, and I'm always happy to see students building things on their own. Keep going!

Thanks for the feedback Kenneth Love - I tried to cover the same choice scenario on line 40 like so

elif user_choice == computer_choice:
      print("It's a draw, please choose again")

The next steps I would like to take are: Flexible inputs - for example a user can enter 'y', 'yes', 'ok', etc. to play again A countdown to the decision - The computer chooses, then you choose, then count 1, 2, 3 SHOOT in a smooth way and see who won