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In the pencil-and-paper game, Tic-tac-toe, 2 players take turns to mark 'X' and 'O' on a board of 3x3 squares. The player who succeeds in marking 3 successive 'X' or 'O' in vertical, horizontal or diagonal stripe wins the game. Write a function that determines the outcome of a tic-tac-toe game.

Examples

```
>>> tictactoe([('X', ' ', 'O'),
(' ', 'O', 'O'),
('X', 'X', 'X') ])
"'X' wins (horizontal)."
>>> tictactoe([('X', 'O', 'X'),
... ('O', 'X', 'O'),
... ('O', 'X', 'O') ])
'Draw.'
>>> tictactoe([('X', 'O', 'O'),
... ('X', 'O', ' '),
... ('O', 'X', ' ') ])
"'O' wins (diagonal)."
>>> tictactoe([('X', 'O', 'X'),
... ('O', 'O', 'X'),
... ('O', 'X', 'X') ])
"'X' wins (vertical)."
def tictactoe(moves):
for r in range(len(moves)):
for c in range(len(moves[r])):
if moves[0][c]==moves[1][c]==moves[2][c]:
a="'%s' wins (%s)."%((moves[0][c]),'vertical')
elif moves[r][0]==moves[r][1]==moves[r][2]:
a="'%s' wins (%s)."%((moves[r][0]),'horizontal')
elif moves[0][0]==moves[1][1]==moves[2][2]:
a="'%s' wins (%s)."%((moves[0][0]),'diagonal')
elif moves[0][2]==moves[1][1]==moves[2][0]:
a="'%s' wins (%s)."%((moves[0][2]),'diagonal')
else:
a='Draw.'
print(a)
```

I wrote a code like this and my range is not working(i think). because, it takes the value for r and c as 3, not 0,1,2,3. So, please anyone can help me with this ?

Thank you