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  • Actually i am developing music housie game and there is a condition that until 97 songs are not played housie not be completed.
    -And songs are played sequencly.
  • So i am doing is that put 97 number in ticket (every songs have a number ) but there is also a condition that only one person can win full housie so if i am putting 97 in ticket than when play 97 songs there may be numbers of winner can you suggess me what i will do for it.
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Last Post by jwenting
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learn English so you can describe your problem in such a way that people can understand it...
And learn programming so you can implement your solution and show people what you have and tell them where you're stuck.

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It seems there's a problem with the rules of the game: "only one person can win full housie" and "there may be numbers of winner".

That is not a Java programming problem. Only you can decide how to change those rules so they are consistent. Then writing the Java will be easier.

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  • yaa sure i will improve .
  • Actually i cant change condition it is given to me that only one person can win housie.
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Maybe duringthe game you can check for winners and remember who was the first to win. Then after the 97 songs that person will be the final winner?

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don't even have to remember who won, just that someone has won at which point the game resets (or just stops).

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