[Tutor] guess my number game

Jan Erik Moström lists at mostrom.pp.se
Tue May 8 08:04:51 EDT 2018

```> Here is the code with the while loop
> import random
> n = (random.randint(0,100))
> g = int(input('Guess my number, 0 to 100, you have 10 chances'))
> c = 0
> while (c < 10):
>     g = int(input('Guess my number, 0 to 100, you have 10 chances'))
>     c = c + 1
>     if (g >= n):
>         print('Lower!')
>     elif (g <= n):
>         print('Higher!')
>     elif (g == n):
>         break
> if (g == n):
>     print('You guess my number! It took you ' + str(c) + ' tries!')
>
>
> Everyone's code just keeps asking for numbers without giving feedback,
> except for the longer code above.

For me it prints out Lower/higher but not for the first time since the

Here is a modified version where I kept most of the structure you have.
Note that '>=' and '<=' was changed to '>' and '<'.

import random
n = (random.randint(0,100))
g = int(input('Guess my number, 0 to 100, you have 10 chances'))
c = 0
while (c < 10 and g != n):
if (g > n):
print('Lower!')
elif (g < n):
print('Higher!')
c = c + 1
g = int(input('Guess my number, 0 to 100, you have {}
left'.format(10-c)))

if (g == n):
print('You guess my number! It took you ' + str(c) + ' tries!')
```