online compiler and debugger for c/c++

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import random from itertools import permutations def scorecalc(guess, chosen): bulls = cows = 0 for g,c in zip(guess, chosen): if g == c: bulls += 1 elif g in chosen: cows += 1 return bulls, cows def valid_comp(the_input): if not the_input.isnumeric() or int(the_input) > 4 or int(the_input) < 0: return valid_comp(input("Invalid input. Please type a number between 1 and 4: ")) return int(the_input) def valid_hum(the_input): if not the_input.isnumeric() or int(the_input) < 0 or tuple(the_input) not in checking: return valid_hum(input("Invalid input. Please type 4 UNIQUE digits: ")) return the_input print("Wellcom to bulls and cows.") rules = input("If you want to see the rules of the game please type 'yes'.\nIf you alredy know the rules please type'no'.\n").strip().lower() if rules == "yes": print("""\n\nThe player must write a 4-digit secret number (on a piece of paper or on your computer somewhere). The digits must be all different. Then, in turn, the player try to guess their opponent's number who gives the number of matches. If the matching digits are in their right positions, they are "bulls", if in different positions, they are "cows". Example: Secret number: 4271 Opponent's try: 1234 Answer: 1 bull and 2 cows. (The bull is "2", the cows are "4" and "1".) The first player to reveal the other's secret number wins the game.\n\n""") choices = list(permutations('0123456789', 4)) checking = list(permutations('0123456789', 4)) random.shuffle(choices) answers, scores = [], [] comp_number = ''.join(random.sample("0123456789", 4)) print("Ready to try it out?") while True: hum_guess = valid_hum(input("\nTry to guess my number: ").strip()) hum_cows = 0 hum_bulls = 0 if hum_guess == comp_number: print(f"\nGood job! My number was {comp_number}") break for i in range(4): if hum_guess[i] == comp_number[i]: hum_bulls += 1 elif hum_guess[i] in comp_number: hum_cows += 1 print(f"You have {hum_bulls} bulls and {hum_cows} cows") answers.append(choices[0]) if len(choices) == 1: print (f"\nThere are no other options available, so your number is {''.join(choices[0])}") print("\nThanks for playing :)") break print(f"\nMy guess is {''.join(choices[0])}") comp_bulls = valid_comp(input("Tell me how many Bulls I have: ").strip()) if comp_bulls == 4: print("\nYay. I guessed your number.") print("Thanks for playing :)") break comp_cows = valid_comp(input("Tell me how many Cows I have: ").strip()) if comp_cows + comp_bulls > 4: print(f"\nInvalid input for Bulls: {comp_bulls} and Cows: {comp_cows}.") print("Please check again and tell me the actual number of Bulls and Cows I have.") comp_bulls = valid_comp(input("\nHow many Bulls I have: ").strip()) comp_cows = valid_comp(input("How many Cows I have: ").strip()) score = (comp_bulls, comp_cows) scores.append(score) found = score == (4, 0) choices = [c for c in choices if scorecalc(c, choices[0]) == score] if not choices: print("\nSomething is wrong.. Nothing fits those scores you gave:") print(' ' + '\n '.join(f"{''.join(an)} -> Bulls: {sc[0]} Cows: {sc[1]}" for an,sc in zip(answers, scores))) break

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