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I need help with the reverse numbers game. Below is the code I have so far

```import random

secret_num = random.randint(1, 10)
def second_choice():
second_choice = random.randint(1, 10)

def game():
guesses = []
while len(guesses) < 5:
print(secret_num)
guesses.append(secret_num)
guess_again = input("Did I get your number right? Y/n. ")
if guess_again == 'y':
print("You got it")
break
elif guess_again == 'too high':
print('I will choose a higher number')
second_choice()
```

I cannot figure out how to get my computer to guess again and guess a different number and not repeat one he has already guessed. So now I am at a point where I can't get the computer to guess a different number each try. But I am having trouble limiting the computer to 5 tries. Also getting it to guess higher or lower than the previous guess. MOD

I very simple way would be to add an `input` question "do you want to continue" after the `while` loop. If Yes, then simply call `game()` to restart.

This has the minor drawback that this is a recursive call (`game()` calling `game()`) which does have a compiler limit of ~1000 so after 1000 games it might crash with a `RecursionError: maximum recursion depth exceeded`. This is acceptable for this level of coding. ```import random

secret_num = random.randint(1, 10)
def second_choice():
second_choice = random.randint(1, 10)

def game():
guesses = []
while len(guesses) < 5:

print(random.randint(1, 10))

guess_again = input("Did I get your number right? Y/n. ")

if guess_again.lower() == 'y':

print('You got it!')
play_again = input("Do you want to play again? Y/n ")

elif guess_again.lower() == 'n':
game()

game()
``` MOD

It looks like you're not saving the guesses.

• Save `randint` result in variable `guess`
• print `guess`
• adjust the guess by replacing the arguments of the `randint` with `(last_too_low, last_too_high)`
• add code to track `last_too_low` and `last_too_high`