``````import random
secret = random.randint(1,99)
guess = 0
tries = 0

print "AHOUY! I'm the Dread Pirate Roberts, and I have a secret!"
print "It is a number from 1 to 99. I'll give you 6 tries. "

while guess != secret and tries < 6:
guess = input("What's yer guess? ")
if guess < secret:
print "Too low, ye scurvy dog!"
elif guess > secret:
print "Too high, landlubber!"
tries = tries + 1
if guess == secret:
print "Avast! Ye got it! Found my secret, ye did!"
else:
print "No more guesses! Better luck next time, matey!"
print "The secret number was", secret``````

I believe I copied it word for word from the book Hello World Computer Programming for Kids.

When I run it and guess a number, tells me I am to high and to low. I lost and tells me the number then allows me to try guessing it again. I just started learning python a few hours ago.

The part 'if guess == secret ...' must run only after the while loop is finished

``````import random
secret = random.randint(1,99)
guess = 0
tries = 0

print "AHOUY! I'm the Dread Pirate Roberts, and I have a secret!"
print "It is a number from 1 to 99. I'll give you 6 tries. "

while guess != secret and tries < 6:
guess = input("What's yer guess? ")
if guess < secret:
print "Too low, ye scurvy dog!"
elif guess > secret:
print "Too high, landlubber!"
tries = tries + 1
if guess == secret:
print "Avast! Ye got it! Found my secret, ye did!"
else:
print "No more guesses! Better luck next time, matey!"
print "The secret number was", secret``````

indentation matters in python.

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