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#----------------------------------------------------------------------- # twentyquestions.py #----------------------------------------------------------------------- import stdio import random # Generate a random integer. Repeatedly read user guesses from # standard input. Write 'Too low' or 'Too high' to standard output, # as appropriate, in response to each guess. Write 'You win!' to # standard output and exit when the user's guess is correct. RANGE = 1000000 secret = random.randrange(1, RANGE+1) stdio.write('I am thinking of a secret number between 1 and ') stdio.writeln(RANGE) guess = 0 while guess != secret: # Solicit one guess and provide one answer. stdio.write('What is your guess? ') guess = stdio.readInt() if (guess < secret): stdio.writeln('Too low') elif (guess > secret): stdio.writeln('Too high') else: stdio.writeln('You win!') #----------------------------------------------------------------------- # python twentyquestions.py # I am thinking of a secret number between 1 and 1000000 # What is your guess? 500000 # Too low # What is your guess? 750000 # Too high # What is your guess? 625000 # Too high # What is your guess? 562500 # Too high # What is your guess? 531250 # Too high # What is your guess? 515625 # Too high # What is your guess? 507812 # Too high # What is your guess? 503906 # Too high # What is your guess? 501953 # Too high # What is your guess? 500977 # Too low # What is your guess? 501465 # Too low # What is your guess? 501709 # Too high # What is your guess? 501587 # Too low # What is your guess? 501648 # Too low # What is your guess? 501679 # Too low # What is your guess? 501694 # Too high # What is your guess? 501686 # You win!

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