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HANGMAN http://dpaste.com/791584/ was very difficult to do this I found a lot of trouble to make everything a string. I would like them to watch and advise me or corrijieran. I also would like to see your code. thanks guys

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I am attaching an example, without using lists. Many useful functions are available if you write "help(str)" in IDLE. Python help is very useful as well.
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Please find attached my version of hangman. All comments highly appreciated.
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so both of you need to look at your load_words function. i think they only load one word. the readline() method only reads one line.
My load_words function, same as yours, absolutely no difference. In the solution provided by Niki, she uses string.lowercase constant, but it didn't work for me because the value is locale-dependent!
when I run your load_words(), it only reads the first line of the text file. do you experience something different? i'm not the OP. my load_words() is different - http://dpaste.com/792889/
I get the following message:"Loading word list from file... 55900 words loaded."
ok, sorry - wrong words.txt - the one in ps2 is a single line
everybody many thanks. this the final code http://dpaste.com/793342/
is most simple to undestand your code
http://dpaste.com/793942/
men thanks a lot

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