"""hi i am having heaps of trouble with calling my whoWins function from main. i can get all of my other functions to call ok from main, but am having trouble with this one for some reason. any help would be greatly apreciated. cheers joel"""

``````import random
Ascore = 0
Bscore = 0
Dscore = 0
table = {1:"Rock", 2:"Paper",3:"Scissors"}
gameList = []
turnTuple = ()

Awins = {(2,1):"Paper beats rock - Player A wins",
(1,3):"Rock beats scissors - Player A wins",
(3,2):"Scissors beat paper - Player A wins."}

Bwins = {(1,2):"Paper beats rock - Player B wins",
(3,1):"Rock beats scissors - Player B wins",
(2,3):"Scissors beat paper - Player B wins."}

Cdraws = {(1,1):"Its a draw.",
(2,2):"Its a draw.",
(3,3):"Its a draw."}

def intro():
print "\t\t\t\tRock, Paper, Scissors"            # Prints program intro
print "\t\t\t\t\\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\   "
print "\t\t\t\t\tby"
print "\t\t\t\t    Joel Watts"
print "\t\t\t\t \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ "
print
print " \t\t\t\tInstructions\t\t\t\t\t\n The aim of this game is to play rock paper scissors.  The computer is to \
simulate the whole game by producing the results for each game along with a statement declaring who has won the match."

# Here is the code so far
# for players A and B:

while Ascore < 10 and Bscore < 10:
x = 0
y = 0
print "hello"
x = random.randrange(1,4)
y = random.randrange(1,4)
turnA = table[x]
turnB = table[y]
turnTuple = (x,y)

print "player A chose:",turnA
print "player B chose:",turnB
print

def whoWins():
if turnTuple in Awins:
print Awins[turnTuple]
Ascore = Ascore + 1
elif turnTuple in Bwins:
print Bwins[turnTuple]
Bscore = Bscore + 1
elif turnTuple in Cdraws:
Dscore = Dscore + 1
print Cdraws[turnTuple]

#TESTING 1 2 3
def priSummary():
print
print "A scored: ", Ascore
print "B scored: ", Bscore
print "Draws: ", Dscore

def main():
intro()

priSummary()
whoWins()
if __name__ == '__main__':
main()
``````

Edited by mike_2000_17: Fixed formatting

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Last Post by pazoo

Please use code tags with your code to preserve the indentations. Otherwise the code is very difficult to read and not too many folks will help.

[code=python]
your Python code here

[/code]

sorry about that, this was my first post. i have used the code tags,hope this post works ok. cheers joel

``````import random
Ascore = 0
Bscore = 0
Dscore = 0
table = {1:"Rock", 2:"Paper",3:"Scissors"}
gameList = []
turnTuple = ()

Awins = {(2,1):"Paper beats rock - Player A wins",
(1,3):"Rock beats scissors - Player A wins",
(3,2):"Scissors beat paper - Player A wins."}

Bwins = {(1,2):"Paper beats rock - Player B wins",
(3,1):"Rock beats scissors - Player B wins",
(2,3):"Scissors beat paper - Player B wins."}

Cdraws = {(1,1):"Its a draw.",
(2,2):"Its a draw.",
(3,3):"Its a draw."}

def intro():
print "\t\t\t\tRock, Paper, Scissors"            # Prints program intro
print "\t\t\t\t\\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\   "
print "\t\t\t\t\tby"
print "\t\t\t\t    Joel Watts"
print "\t\t\t\t \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ "
print
print " \t\t\t\tInstructions\t\t\t\t\t\n The aim of this game is to play rock paper scissors. The computer is to \
simulate the whole game by producing the results for each game along with a statement declaring who has won the match."

# Here is the code so far
# for players A and B:

while Ascore < 10 and Bscore < 10:
x = 0
y = 0
print "hello"

x = random.randrange(1,4)
y = random.randrange(1,4)
turnA = table[x]
turnB = table[y]
turnTuple = (x,y)

print "player A chose:",turnA
print "player B chose:",turnB
print
def whoWins():
if turnTuple in Awins:
print Awins[turnTuple]
Ascore = Ascore + 1
elif turnTuple in Bwins:
print Bwins[turnTuple]
Bscore = Bscore + 1
elif turnTuple in Cdraws:
Dscore = Dscore + 1
print Cdraws[turnTuple]

#TESTING 1 2 3
def summary():
print
print "A scored: ", Ascore
print "B scored: ", Bscore
print "Draws: ", Dscore

def main():
intro()
whoWins()
summary()

if __name__ == '__main__':
main()``````
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