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Python Problem 6: Solution | Python Tutorials For Absolute Beginners In Hindi #114

This is the solution to Python Problem # 6. The problem statement is:

 Problem Statement:-

Generate a random integer from a to b. You and your friend have to guess a number between two numbers a and b. a and b are inputs taken from the user. Your friend is player 1 and plays first. He will have to keep choosing the number and your program must tell whether the number is greater than the actual number or less than the actual number. Log the number of trials it took your friend to arrive at the number. You play the same game and then the person with minimum number of trials wins! Randomly generate a number after taking a and b as input and don’t show that to the user.


Enter the value of a


Enter the value of b



Player1 :

Please guess the number between 4 and 13


Wrong guess a greater number again


Wrong guess a smaller number again


Correct you took 3 trials to guess the number

Player 2:

Correct you took 7 trials to guess the number

Player 1 wins!

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Code as described/written in the video

import random

def guessGame(a, b, actual):
    guess = int(input(f"Guess a number between {a} and {b}\n"))
    nguess = 1
    while guess != actual:
        if guess< actual:
            guess = int(input(f"Enter a bigger number\n"))
            nguess += 1
            guess = int(input(f"Enter a smaller number\n"))   
            nguess += 1

    print(f"You guessed the number in {nguess} guesses\n")
    return nguess

if __name__ == "__main__":
    a = int(input("Enter the value of a\n"))    
    b = int(input("Enter the value of b\n"))
    actual1 = random.randint(a, b)  
    print("Player 1's turn\n")
    g1 = guessGame(a, b, actual1)
    print("Player 2's turn\n")
    actual2 = random.randint(a, b)  
    g2 = guessGame(a, b, actual2)

    if g1 < g2:
        print("Player 1 won the match!\n")

    elif g1 > g2:
        print("Player 2 won the match!\n")    
        print("Its a Tie!\n")
    print(f"The number for player 1 was {actual1} and for player 2 was {actual2}")

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