alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Thu Apr 17 18:51:04 CEST 2008
"Michael Kim" <kimgaang at aol.com> wrote
> Hi I am having a really hard time making my tictactoe program work.
> was wondering if you could could check it out and help me with the
> error. Thanks
Like to give us a clue as to what the error is?
And include the error message if there is one please.
However, at a quick glance:
> def pieces():
> whosefirst=askquestion("Do you want to go first? (y/n): ")
> if whosefirst == "y":
> human = X
I would expect that to fail since you haven't defined the
variable X yet. You need to put the line below above
> computer = O
> computer = X
> human = O
Similarly here, X and O are not defined anywhere.
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