Lab1


1.     Write a program that plays the popular scissor-rock-paper game.

Exercise 3.17  (Description below)

 

2.    Revise the program to let the user continuously play until either the user or the computer wins more than two times.

 

Game: scissor, rock, paper

Write a program that plays the popular scissor-rock-paper game.

Rules of the game:

·        A scissor can cut a paper,

·        a rock can knock a scissor, and

·         a paper can wrap a rock.)

 

The program randomly generates a number 0, 1, or 2 representing scissor, rock, and paper.

The program prompts the user to enter a number 0, 1, or 2

The program displays a message indicating whether the user or the computer wins, loses, or draws.

 

Here are sample runs:

1.      

scissor (0), rock (1), paper (2):     1   <Enter

The computer is scissor. You are rock. You won

 

 

2.     scissor (0), rock (1), paper (2):     2    <Enter

The computer is paper. You are paper too. It is a draw
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