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Hi fellow OCW student, I have one more question about the hangman game. http://pastebin.com/gkKuk53f Here is my code. I'm trying to write a function that goes through available letters and return a value if it wasn't used before or re-ask to input a value if it was used before. Are there any suggestions ? The longer function is my main body.

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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You could make a list of guessed letters, and check to see if the current guess is not in that list.
ask the question in the function http://dpaste.com/999240/
That's your code? You DO realize that hangman is going to require a pellet ton more work than that. That's not even scratching the surface. Go to the invent with python (I think[it could be another one like think python or think like a computer scientist]) hangman its got all the source and explains everything.

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