anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi fellow OCW students, I have a question about the Hangman game homework. http://pastebin.com/2mhjAqZC here is my function for checking if there's more guesses to go. What it does is that it goes through every string in 'inter' to see if there's '_' . So, if there's none of them, it means you've guessed everything and you won. However, my question is that my code seems to be too long. Are there more efficient ways to check if there's a specific character that I'm looking for in my string.
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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MicroBot
  • MicroBot
if something in somethingelse: do this
anonymous
  • anonymous
'inter' is the string of your guesses on a word. So, it changes from '_ _ _ _ ' to something like '_ _ s _"
MicroBot
  • MicroBot
or if '_' not in word: etc etc

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anonymous
  • anonymous
woops! that simple! Thanks!
MicroBot
  • MicroBot
let me know if it works
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes! it works! Thanks MicroBot

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