# get Python 2 to use Python 3 style input
input = raw_input
return int(input('Give number of %s decided: ' % thing))
print('Please enter integer value')
def throws(times=1, players=2):
return [[random.randint(1,6) for count in range(times)] for playercount in range(players)]
game = throws(number_of_things(), number_of_players)
for number, got in enumerate(game, 1):
print('Player %i: throws: %s, sum %i' % (number, got, sum(got)))
print(('Winner was player %i' %
for no, got in enumerate(game, 1))).center(
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