# high/low game...........

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1. ### skp819New Member

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here is game coding.............

Code:
```     /* HIGH/LOW GAME */
#include<iostream.h>
#include<conio.h>
#include<stdlib.h>
/*
This program plays a simple game.The computer picks a random number
from
0 to 100, and the user tries to guess the number.
*/
const int totchan=7;
void main()
{
int number;        //the computer's random number
int guess;         //the user's guess
int chances=0,score=0,chanscor;        //chanscor stores score for 1
successful chance.
char ans;
do
{ clrscr();
chances=score=0;
cout<<"
Welcome to the High/Low game.";
cout<<"
I will pick a random number from 0 to 100.";
cout<<"
You must try to guess the number.
";
randomize();
number=(int)(rand()%100);
chanscor=100/totchan;        //score for each successful chance
do
{
cout<<"
What is your guess? (0 to 100) ";
cin>>guess;
if((guess<0)||(guess>100))
{
cout<<"Sorry, but your guess "<<guess<<"must be from 0 to 100.";
}
else if(guess < number)
{
cout<<guess<<" is low.Try a higher number.";
}
else if(guess > number)
{
cout<<guess<<" is high.Try a lower number.";
}
else        //if correct number is guessed
{            //number is correct, and the "do" loop will end below
cout<<guess<<" is correct. Congratulations!";
score=chanscor*(totchan-chances);   //score calculated for number of
chances left
cout<<"
break;
}
chances++;
if(guess!=number)
cout<<"

Now you have "<<totchan-chances<<"chances left."<<endl;
if(chances==totchan)
{ cout<<"

Only "<<totchan<<"chances are allowed.Better luck next
time";
cout<<"
The actual number was "<<number<<endl;
break;
}
}while (guess!=number);
cout<<"

Thank you for playing High/Low!";
cout<<"Want to play it again? (y/n)...";
cin>>ans;
}while(ans=='y' || ans=='Y');
}```

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