# Guess the number

**Guess the number**

You are encouraged to solve this task according to the task description, using any language you may know.

The task is to write a program where the program chooses a number between 1 and 10. A player is then prompted to enter a guess. If the player guess wrong then the prompt appears again until the guess is correct. When the player has made a successful guess the computer will give a "Well guessed!" message, and the program will exit.

A conditional loop may be used to repeat the guessing until the user is correct.

Cf. Guess the number/With Feedback, Bulls and cows

## Contents

- 1 Ada
- 2 Aime
- 3 ALGOL 68
- 4 AppleScript
- 5 AutoHotkey
- 6 AutoIt
- 7 AWK
- 8 BASIC
- 9 BASIC256
- 10 Batch File
- 11 BBC BASIC
- 12 Befunge
- 13 Bracmat
- 14 Brat
- 15 C
- 16 C++
- 17 C#
- 18 Clojure
- 19 COBOL
- 20 CoffeeScript
- 21 Common Lisp
- 22 D
- 23 DCL
- 24 Delphi
- 25 Déjà Vu
- 26 Eiffel
- 27 Elixir
- 28 Erlang
- 29 ERRE
- 30 Euphoria
- 31 Factor
- 32 Fantom
- 33 Fortran
- 34 GML
- 35 Go
- 36 Groovy
- 37 GW-BASIC
- 38 Haskell
- 39 Icon and Unicon
- 40 J
- 41 Java
- 42 JavaScript
- 43 Julia
- 44 LabVIEW
- 45 Lasso
- 46 LFE
- 47 Liberty BASIC
- 48 LiveCode
- 49 Locomotive Basic
- 50 LOLCODE
- 51 Lua
- 52 Maple
- 53 Mathematica / Wolfram Language
- 54 MATLAB
- 55 MAXScript
- 56 Mercury
- 57 Nemerle
- 58 NetRexx
- 59 NewLISP
- 60 Nim
- 61 Oberon-2
- 62 Objeck
- 63 Objective-C
- 64 OCaml
- 65 Oforth
- 66 PARI/GP
- 67 Pascal
- 68 Perl
- 69 Perl 6
- 70 Phix
- 71 PHP
- 72 PicoLisp
- 73 PowerShell
- 74 ProDOS
- 75 Prolog
- 76 PureBasic
- 77 Python
- 78 R
- 79 Racket
- 80 RapidQ
- 81 Rascal
- 82 Retro
- 83 REXX
- 84 RPL
- 85 Ruby
- 86 Run BASIC
- 87 Rust
- 88 Scala
- 89 Scheme
- 90 Seed7
- 91 Self
- 92 Sidef
- 93 Swift
- 94 Small Basic
- 95 Tcl
- 96 TUSCRIPT
- 97 UNIX Shell
- 98 Vala
- 99 VBScript
- 100 Wortel
- 101 X86 Assembly
- 102 XPL0
- 103 zkl

## Ada[edit]

with Ada.Numerics.Discrete_Random;

with Ada.Text_IO;

procedure Guess_Number is

subtype Number is Integer range 1 .. 10;

package Number_IO is new Ada.Text_IO.Integer_IO (Number);

package Number_RNG is new Ada.Numerics.Discrete_Random (Number);

Generator : Number_RNG.Generator;

My_Number : Number;

Your_Guess : Number;

begin

Number_RNG.Reset (Generator);

My_Number := Number_RNG.Random (Generator);

Ada.Text_IO.Put_Line ("Guess my number!");

loop

Ada.Text_IO.Put ("Your guess: ");

Number_IO.Get (Your_Guess);

exit when Your_Guess = My_Number;

Ada.Text_IO.Put_Line ("Wrong, try again!");

end loop;

Ada.Text_IO.Put_Line ("Well guessed!");

end Guess_Number;

## Aime[edit]

file f;

integer n;

text s;

f_affix(f, "/dev/stdin");

n = irand(1, 10);

o_text("I'm thinking of a number between 1 and 10.\n");

o_text("Try to guess it!\n");

while (1) {

f_look(f, "0123456789");

f_near(f, "0123456789", s);

if (atoi(s) != n) {

o_text("That's not my number.\n");

o_text("Try another guess!\n");

} else {

break;

}

}

o_text("You have won!\n");

## ALGOL 68[edit]

Note: This specimen retains the original C coding style. diffmain:

(

INT n;

INT g;

n := ENTIER (random*10+1);

PROC puts = (STRING string)VOID: putf(standout, ($gl$,string));

puts("I'm thinking of a number between 1 and 10.");

puts("Try to guess it! ");

DO

readf(($g$, g));

IF g = n THEN break

ELSE

puts("That's not my number. ");

puts("Try another guess!")

FI

OD;

break:

puts("You have won! ")

)

Sample output:

I'm thinking of a number between 1 and 10. Try to guess it! 1 That's not my number. Try another guess! 2 That's not my number. Try another guess! 3 You have won!

## AppleScript[edit]

on run

-- define the number to be guessed

set numberToGuess to (random number from 1 to 10)

-- prepare a variable to store the user's answer

set guessedNumber to missing value

-- start a loop (will be exited by using "exit repeat" after a correct guess)

repeat

try

-- ask the user for his/her guess

set usersChoice to (text returned of (display dialog "Guess the number between 1 and 10 inclusive" default answer "" buttons {"Check"} default button "Check"))

-- try to convert the given answer to an integer

set guessedNumber to usersChoice as integer

on error

-- something gone wrong, overwrite user's answer with a non-matching value

set guessedNumber to missing value

end try

-- decide if the user's answer was the right one

if guessedNumber is equal to numberToGuess then

-- the user guessed the correct number and gets informed

display dialog "Well guessed! The number was " & numberToGuess buttons {"OK"} default button "OK"

-- exit the loop (quits this application)

exit repeat

end if

end repeat

end run

## AutoHotkey[edit]

Random, rand, 1, 10 ; This stores a number between 1 and 10 in the var rand using the Mersenne Twister

msgbox I am thinking of a number between 1 and 10.

loop

{

InputBox, guess, Guess the number, Type in a number from 1 to 10

If (guess = rand)

{

msgbox Well Guessed!

Break ; exits loop

}

Else

Msgbox Try again.

}

## AutoIt[edit]

$irnd = Random(1, 10, 1)

$iinput = -1

While $input <> $irnd

$iinput = InputBox("Choose a number", "Please chosse a Number between 1 and 10")

WEnd

MsgBox(0, "Success", "Well guessed!")

## AWK[edit]

# syntax: GAWK -f GUESS_THE_NUMBER.AWK

BEGIN {

srand()

n = int(rand() * 10) + 1

print("I am thinking of a number between 1 and 10. Try to guess it.")

while (1) {

getline ans

if (ans !~ /^[0-9]+$/) {

print("Your input was not a number. Try again.")

continue

}

if (n == ans) {

print("Well done you.")

break

}

print("Incorrect. Try again.")

}

exit(0)

}

## BASIC[edit]

### Applesoft BASIC[edit]

10 N% = RND(1) * 10 + 1

20 PRINT "A NUMBER FROM 1 ";

30 PRINT "TO 10 HAS BEEN ";

40 PRINT "RANDOMLY CHOSEN."

50 FOR Q = 0 TO 1 STEP 0

60 INPUT "ENTER A GUESS. "; G%

70 Q = G% = N%

80 NEXT

90 PRINT "WELL GUESSED!"

### QBasic[edit]

supervisor:

GOSUB initialize

GOSUB guessing

GOTO continue

initialize:

RANDOMIZE TIMER

n = 0: r = INT(RND * 100 + 1): g = 0: c$ = ""

RETURN

guessing:

WHILE g <> r

INPUT "Pick a number between 1 and 100"; g

IF g = r THEN

PRINT "You got it!"

n = n + 1

PRINT "It took "; n; "tries to pick the right number."

ELSEIF g < r THEN

PRINT "Try a larger number."

n = n + 1

ELSE

PRINT "Try a smaller number."

n = n + 1

END IF

WEND

RETURN

continue:

WHILE c$ <> "YES" AND c$ <> "NO"

INPUT "Do you want to continue? (YES/NO)"; c$

c$ = UCASE$(c$)

IF c$ = "YES" THEN

GOTO supervisor

ELSEIF c$ = "NO" THEN

STOP

END IF

WEND

### ZX Spectrum Basic[edit]

Since the ZX Spectrum does not have conditional loop constructs, we can emulate that here using IF and GO TO.

10 LET n=INT (RND*10)+1

20 PRINT "I have thought of a number."

30 PRINT "Try to guess it!"

40 INPUT "Enter your guess: ";g

50 IF g=n THEN GO TO 80

60 PRINT "Your guess was wrong. Try again!"

70 GO TO 40

80 PRINT "Well done! You guessed it."

## BASIC256[edit]

n = int(rand * 10) + 1

print "I am thinking of a number from 1 to 10"

do

input "Guess it > ",g

if g <> n then

print "No luck, Try again."

endif

until g = n

print "Yea! You guessed my number."

## Batch File[edit]

@ECHO OFF

setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion

SET max=10

SET min=1

:begin

SET /A rand=%random% %% (max - min + 1)+ min

SET guess=

SET /P guess=Pick a number between 1 and 10:

:loop

IF "!guess!" == "" (

GOTO end

)

SET /A guess=!guess!

IF !guess! equ !rand! (

ECHO Well guessed^^!

GOTO end

)

SET guess=

SET /P guess=Nope, guess again:

GOTO loop

:end

ENDLOCAL

## BBC BASIC[edit]

choose% = RND(10)

REPEAT

INPUT "Guess a number between 1 and 10: " guess%

IF guess% = choose% THEN

PRINT "Well guessed!"

END

ELSE

PRINT "Sorry, try again"

ENDIF

UNTIL FALSE

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## Bracmat[edit]

The value is generated by the `clk`

function, which returns a (probably) non-integral rational number. The `den`

function retrieves the denominators of this number. The rational number, multiplied by its denominator, becomes an natural number.

( ( GuessTheNumber

= mynumber

. clk$:?mynumber

& mod$(!mynumber*den$!mynumber.10)+1:?mynumber

& whl

' ( put'"Guess my number:"

& get':~!mynumber:?K

)

& out'"Well guessed!"

)

& GuessTheNumber$

);

## Brat[edit]

number = random 10

p "Guess a number between 1 and 10."

until {

true? ask("Guess: ").to_i == number

{ p "Well guessed!"; true }

{ p "Guess again!" }

}

## C[edit]

#include <stdlib.h>

#include <stdio.h>

#include <time.h>

int main(void)

{

int n;

int g;

char c;

srand(time(NULL));

n = 1 + (rand() % 10);

puts("I'm thinking of a number between 1 and 10.");

puts("Try to guess it:");

while (1) {

if (scanf("%d", &g) != 1) {

/* ignore one char, in case user gave a non-number */

scanf("%c", &c);

continue;

}

if (g == n) {

puts("Correct!");

return 0;

}

puts("That's not my number. Try another guess:");

}

}

## C++[edit]

#include <iostream>

#include <cstdlib>

#include <ctime>

int main()

{

srand(time(0));

int n = 1 + (rand() % 10);

int g;

std::cout << "I'm thinking of a number between 1 and 10.\nTry to guess it! ";

while(true)

{

std::cin >> g;

if (g == n)

break;

else

std::cout << "That's not my number.\nTry another guess! ";

}

std::cout << "You've guessed my number!";

return 0;

}

## C#[edit]

using System;

class GuessTheNumberGame

{

static void Main()

{

bool numberCorrect = false;

Random randomNumberGenerator = new Random();

int randomNumber = randomNumberGenerator.Next(1, 10+1);

Console.WriteLine("I'm thinking of a number between 1 and 10. Can you guess it?");

do

{

Console.Write("Guess: ");

int userGuess = int.Parse(Console.ReadLine());

if (userGuess == randomNumber)

{

numberCorrect = true;

Console.WriteLine("Congrats!! You guessed right!");

}

else

Console.WriteLine("That's not it. Guess again.");

} while (!numberCorrect);

}

};

## Clojure[edit]

(def target (inc (rand-int 10))

(loop [n 0]

(println "Guess a number between 1 and 10 until you get it right:")

(let [guess (read)]

(if (= guess target)

(printf "Correct on the %d guess.\n" n)

(do

(println "Try again")

(recur (inc n))))))

## COBOL[edit]

IDENTIFICATION DIVISION.

PROGRAM-ID. Guess-The-Number.

DATA DIVISION.

WORKING-STORAGE SECTION.

01 Random-Num PIC 99.

01 Guess PIC 99.

PROCEDURE DIVISION.

COMPUTE Random-Num = 1 + (FUNCTION RANDOM * 10)

DISPLAY "Guess a number between 1 and 10:"

PERFORM FOREVER

ACCEPT Guess

IF Guess = Random-Num

DISPLAY "Well guessed!"

EXIT PERFORM

ELSE

DISPLAY "That isn't it. Try again."

END-IF

END-PERFORM

GOBACK

.

## CoffeeScript[edit]

num = Math.ceil(Math.random() * 10)

guess = prompt "Guess the number. (1-10)"

while parseInt(guess) isnt num

guess = prompt "YOU LOSE! Guess again. (1-10)"

alert "Well guessed!"

# This shows how to do simple REPL-like I/O in node.js.

readline = require "readline"

do ->

number = Math.ceil(10 * Math.random())

interface = readline.createInterface process.stdin, process.stdout

guess = ->

interface.question "Guess the number between 1 and 10: ", (answer) ->

if parseInt(answer) == number

# These lines allow the program to terminate.

console.log "GOT IT!"

interface.close()

process.stdin.destroy()

else

console.log "Sorry, guess again"

guess()

guess()

## Common Lisp[edit]

(defun guess-the-number ()

(let ((num-guesses 0)

(num (1+ (random 9)))

(guess nil))

(format t "Try to guess a number from 1 to 10!~%")

(loop do (format t "Guess? ")

(incf num-guesses)

(setf guess (read))

(cond ((not (numberp guess))

(format t "Your guess is not a number!~%"))

((not (= guess num))

(format t "Your guess was wrong. Try again.~%")))

until (and (numberp guess)

(= guess num)))

(format t "You guessed correctly on the ~:r try!~%" num-guesses)))

Output:

CL-USER> (guess-the-number) Try to guess a number from 1 to 10! Guess? a Your guess is not a number! Guess? 1 Your guess was wrong. Try again. Guess? 2 Your guess was wrong. Try again. Guess? 3 You guessed correctly on the fourth try!

## D[edit]

void main() {

immutable num = uniform(1, 10).text;

do write("What's next guess (1 - 9)? ");

while (readln.strip != num);

writeln("Yep, you guessed my ", num);

}

- Output:

What's next guess (1 - 9)? 1 What's next guess (1 - 9)? 2 What's next guess (1 - 9)? 3 Yep, you guessed my 3!

## DCL[edit]

$ time = f$time()

$ number = f$extract( f$length( time ) - 1, 1, time ) + 1

$ loop:

$ inquire guess "enter a guess (integer 1-10) "

$ if guess .nes. number then $ goto loop

$ write sys$output "Well guessed!"

- Output:

$ @guess_the_number enter a guess (integer 1-10) : 5 enter a guess (integer 1-10) : 1 enter a guess (integer 1-10) : 2 enter a guess (integer 1-10) : 3 enter a guess (integer 1-10) : 4 Well guessed!

## Delphi[edit]

program GuessTheNumber;

{$APPTYPE CONSOLE}

uses SysUtils;

var

theDigit : String ;

theAnswer : String ;

begin

Randomize ;

theDigit := IntToStr(Random(9)+1) ;

while ( theAnswer <> theDigit ) do Begin

Writeln('Please enter a digit between 1 and 10' ) ;

Readln(theAnswer);

End ;

Writeln('Congratulations' ) ;

end.

## Déjà Vu[edit]

local :number random-range 1 11

while true:

if = number to-num !prompt "Guess my number: ":

!print "Congratulations, you've guessed it!"

return

else:

!print "Nope, try again."

## Eiffel[edit]

class

APPLICATION

create

make

feature {NONE} -- Initialization

make

local

number_to_guess: INTEGER

do

number_to_guess := (create {RANDOMIZER}).random_integer_in_range (1 |..| 10)

from

print ("Please guess the number!%N")

io.read_integer

until

io.last_integer = number_to_guess

loop

print ("Please, guess again!%N")

io.read_integer

end

print ("Well guessed!%N")

end

end

The code above is simplified if we create a RANDOMIZER, which simplifies reuse (e.g. the code in RANDOMIZER does not have to be recreated for each need of a random number).

class

RANDOMIZER

inherit

ANY

redefine

default_create

end

feature {NONE} -- Initialization

default_create

-- <Precursor>

local

time: TIME

do

sequence.do_nothing

end

feature -- Access

random_integer_in_range (a_range: INTEGER_INTERVAL): INTEGER

do

Result := (sequence.double_i_th (1) * a_range.upper).truncated_to_integer + a_range.lower

end

feature {NONE} -- Implementation

sequence: RANDOM

local

seed: INTEGER_32

time: TIME

once

create time.make_now

seed := time.hour *

(60 + time.minute) *

(60 + time.second) *

(1000 + time.milli_second)

create Result.set_seed (seed)

end

end

- Output:

Please guess the number! 10 Please, guess again! 9 Please, guess again! 8 Correct!

## Elixir[edit]

This solution calls Erlang functions to obtain random numbers.

defmodule GuessingGame do

def play do

:random.seed(:os.timestamp)

play(:random.uniform(10))

end

defp play(number) do

guess = Integer.parse(IO.gets "Guess a number (1-10): ")

case guess do

{^number, _} ->

IO.puts "Well guessed!"

{n, _} when n in 1..10 ->

IO.puts "That's not it."

play(number)

_ ->

IO.puts "Guess not in valid range."

play(number)

end

end

end

GuessingGame.play

## Erlang[edit]

% Implemented by Arjun Sunel

-module(guess_the_number).

-export([main/0]).

main() ->

io:format("Guess my number between 1 and 10 until you get it right:\n"),

N = random:uniform(10),

guess(N).

guess(N) ->

{ok, [K]} = io:fread("Guess number : ","~d"),

if

K=:=N ->

io:format("Well guessed!!\n");

true ->

guess(N)

end.

## ERRE[edit]

PROGRAM GUESS_NUMBER

!

! for rosettacode.org

!

BEGIN

RANDOMIZE(TIMER)

N=0

R=INT(RND(1)*100+1) ! RND function gives a random number from 0 to 1

G=0

C$=""

WHILE G<>R DO

INPUT("Pick a number between 1 and 100";G)

IF G=R THEN

PRINT("You got it!")

N+=1

PRINT("It took";N;"tries to pick the right Number.")

ELSIF G<R THEN

PRINT("Try a larger number.")

N+=1

ELSE

PRINT("Try a smaller number.")

N+=1

END IF

END WHILE

END PROGRAM

Note: Adapted from Qbasic version.

## Euphoria[edit]

include get.e

integer n,g

n = rand(10)

puts(1,"I have thought of a number from 1 to 10.\n")

puts(1,"Try to guess it!\n")

while 1 do

g = prompt_number("Enter your guess: ",{1,10})

if n = g then

exit

end if

puts(1,"Your guess was wrong. Try again!\n")

end while

puts(1,"Well done! You guessed it.")

## Factor[edit]

USING: io random math math.parser kernel formatting ;

IN: guess-the-number

<PRIVATE

: gen-number ( -- n )

10 random 1 + ;

: make-guess ( n -- n ? )

dup readln string>number = ;

: play-game ( n -- n )

[ make-guess ]

[ "Guess a number between 1 and 10:" print flush ] do until ;

PRIVATE>

: guess-the-number ( -- )

gen-number play-game

"Yes, the number was %d!\n" printf ;

## Fantom[edit]

class Main

{

public static Void main ()

{

Str target := (1..10).random.toStr

Str guess := ""

while (guess != target)

{

echo ("Enter a guess: ")

guess = Env.cur.in.readLine

if (guess.trim == target) // 'trim' to remove any spaces/newline

{

echo ("Well guessed!")

break

}

else

echo ("Failed - try again")

}

}

}

## Fortran[edit]

program guess_the_number

implicit none

integer :: guess

real :: r

integer :: i, clock, count, n

integer,dimension(:),allocatable :: seed

real,parameter :: rmax = 10

!initialize random number generator:

call random_seed(size=n)

allocate(seed(n))

call system_clock(count)

seed = count

call random_seed(put=seed)

deallocate(seed)

!pick a random number between 1 and rmax:

call random_number(r) !r between 0.0 and 1.0

i = int((rmax-1.0)*r + 1.0) !i between 1 and rmax

!get user guess:

write(*,'(A)') 'I''m thinking of a number between 1 and 10.'

do !loop until guess is correct

write(*,'(A)',advance='NO') 'Enter Guess: '

read(*,'(I5)') guess

if (guess==i) exit

write(*,*) 'Sorry, try again.'

end do

write(*,*) 'You''ve guessed my number!'

end program guess_the_number

## GML[edit]

var n, g;

n = irandom_range(1,10);

show_message("I'm thinking of a number from 1 to 10");

g = get_integer("Please enter guess", 1);

while(g != n)

{

g = get_integer("I'm sorry "+g+" is not my number, try again. Please enter guess", 1);

}

show_message("Well guessed!");

## Go[edit]

package main

import (

"fmt"

"math/rand"

"time"

)

func main() {

fmt.Print("Guess number from 1 to 10: ")

rand.Seed(time.Now().Unix())

n := rand.Intn(10) + 1

for guess := n; ; fmt.Print("No. Try again: ") {

switch _, err := fmt.Scan(&guess); {

case err != nil:

fmt.Println("\n", err, "\nSo, bye.")

return

case guess == n:

fmt.Println("Well guessed!")

return

}

}

}

## Groovy[edit]

def random = new Random()

def keyboard = new Scanner(System.in)

def number = random.nextInt(10) + 1

println "Guess the number which is between 1 and 10: "

def guess = keyboard.nextInt()

while (number != guess) {

println "Guess again: "

guess = keyboard.nextInt()

}

println "Hurray! You guessed correctly!"

## GW-BASIC[edit]

10 RANDOMIZE TIMER:N=INT(RND*10+1):G=0

20 PRINT "Guess the number between 1 and 10."

30 WHILE N<>G

40 INPUT "Your guess? ",G

50 WEND

60 PRINT "That's correct!"

## Haskell[edit]

import Control.Monad

import System.Random

-- Repeat the action until the predicate is true.

until_ act pred = act >>= pred >>= flip unless (until_ act pred)

answerIs ans guess

| ans == guess = putStrLn "You got it!" >> return True

| otherwise = putStrLn "Nope. Guess again." >> return False

ask = liftM read getLine

main = do

ans <- randomRIO (1,10) :: IO Int

putStrLn "Try to guess my secret number between 1 and 10."

ask `until_` answerIs ans

Simple version:

import System.Random

main = randomRIO (1,10) >>= gameloop

gameloop :: Int -> IO ()

gameloop r = do

i <- fmap read getLine

if i == r

then putStrLn "You got it!"

else putStrLn "Nope. Guess again." >> gameloop r

## Icon and Unicon[edit]

This solution works in both languages.

procedure main()

n := ?10

repeat {

writes("Pick a number from 1 through 10: ")

if n = numeric(read()) then break

}

write("Well guessed!")

end

## J[edit]

require 'misc'

game=: verb define

n=: 1 + ?10

smoutput 'Guess my integer, which is bounded by 1 and 10'

whilst. -. guess -: n do.

guess=. {. 0 ". prompt 'Guess: '

if. 0 -: guess do. 'Giving up.' return. end.

smoutput (guess=n){::'no.';'Well guessed!'

end.

)

Example session:

game''

Guess my integer, which is bounded by 1 and 10

Guess: 1

no.

Guess: 2

Well guessed!

## Java[edit]

public class Guessing {

public static void main(String[] args) throws NumberFormatException{

int n = (int)(Math.random() * 10 + 1);

System.out.print("Guess the number between 1 and 10: ");

while(Integer.parseInt(System.console().readLine()) != n){

System.out.print("Wrong! Guess again: ");

}

System.out.println("Well guessed!");

}

}

For pre-Java 6, use a `Scanner`

or `BufferedReader`

for input instead of `System.console()`

(see Input loop#Java).

## JavaScript[edit]

function guessNumber() {

// Get a random integer from 1 to 10 inclusive

var num = Math.ceil(Math.random() * 10);

var guess;

while (guess != num) {

guess = prompt('Guess the number between 1 and 10 inclusive');

}

alert('Congratulations!\nThe number was ' + num);

}

guessNumber();

Requires a host environment that supports `prompt`

and `alert`

such as a browser.

## Julia[edit]

function guess()

number = rand(1:10)

print("Guess my number! ")

while(chomp(readline(STDIN)) != string(number))

print("Nope, try again! ")

end

println("Well guessed!")

end

- Output:

julia> guess() Guess my number! 6 Nope, try again! 9 Nope, try again! 45 Nope, try again! grr Nope, try again! 3 Well guessed!

## LabVIEW[edit]

This image is a VI Snippet, an executable image of LabVIEW code. The LabVIEW version is shown on the top-right hand corner. You can download it, then drag-and-drop it onto the LabVIEW block diagram from a file browser, and it will appear as runnable, editable code.

## Lasso[edit]

### Command Line[edit]

The following example works when Lasso is called from a command line

local(

number = integer_random(10, 1),

status = false,

guess

)

// prompt for a number

stdout('Guess a number between 1 and 10: ')

while(not #status) => {

#guess = null

// the following bits wait until the terminal gives you back a line of input

while(not #guess or #guess -> size == 0) => {

#guess = file_stdin -> readSomeBytes(1024, 1000)

}

#guess = integer(#guess)

if(not (range(#guess, 1, 10) == #guess)) => {

stdout('Input not of correct type or range. Guess a number between 1 and 10: ')

else(#guess == #number)

stdout('Well guessed!')

#status = true

else

stdout('You guessed wrong number. Guess a number between 1 and 10: ')

}

}

### Web form[edit]

The following example is a web page form

<?LassoScript

local(

number = integer(web_request -> param('number') or integer_random(10, 1)),

status = false,

guess = web_request -> param('guess'),

_guess = integer(#guess),

message = 'Guess a number between 1 and 10'

)

if(#guess) => {

if(not (range(#_guess, 1, 10) == #_guess)) => {

#Message = 'Input not of correct type or range. Guess a number between 1 and 10'

else(#_guess == #number)

#Message = 'Well guessed!'

#status = true

else

#Message = 'You guessed wrong number. Guess a number between 1 and 10'

}

}

?><!DOCTYPE html>

<html lang="en">

<head>

<title>Guess the number - Rosetta Code</title>

</head>

<body>

<h3>[#message]</h3>

[if(not #status)]

<form method="post">

<label for="guess">Guess:</label><br/ >

<input type="number" name="guess" />

<input name="number" type="hidden" value="[#number]" />

<input name="submit" type="submit" />

</form>

[/if]

</body>

</html>

## LFE[edit]

(defmodule guessing-game

(export (main 0)))

(defun get-player-guess ()

(let (((tuple 'ok (list guessed)) (: io fread '"Guess number: " '"~d")))

guessed))

(defun check-guess (answer guessed)

(cond

((== answer guessed)

(: io format '"Well-guessed!!~n"))

((/= answer guessed)

(check-guess answer (get-player-guess)))))

(defun main ()

(: io format '"Guess the number I have chosen, between 1 and 10.~n")

(check-guess

(: random uniform 10)

(get-player-guess)))

From the LFE REPL (assuming the above code was saved in the file "guessing-game.lfe"):

> (slurp '"guessing-game.lfe")

#(ok guessing-game)

> (main)

Guess the number I have chosen, between 1 and 10.

Guess number: 10

Guess number: 5

Well-guessed!!

ok

## Liberty BASIC[edit]

number = int(rnd(0) * 10) + 1

input "Guess the number I'm thinking of between 1 and 10. "; guess

while guess <> number

input "Incorrect! Try again! "; guess

wend

print "Congratulations, well guessed! The number was "; number;"."

## LiveCode[edit]

command guessTheNumber

local tNumber, tguess

put random(10) into tNumber

repeat until tguess is tNumber

ask question "Please enter a number between 1 and 10" titled "Guess the number"

if it is not empty then

put it into tguess

if tguess is tNumber then

answer "Well guessed!"

end if

else

exit repeat

end if

end repeat

end guessTheNumber

## Locomotive Basic[edit]

10 RANDOMIZE TIME:num=INT(RND*10+1):guess=0

20 PRINT "Guess the number between 1 and 10."

30 WHILE num<>guess

40 INPUT "Your guess? ", guess

50 WEND

60 PRINT "That's correct!"

## LOLCODE[edit]

There is no native support for random numbers. This solution uses a simple linear congruential generator to simulate them, with the lamentable restriction that the user must first be prompted for a seed.

HAI 1.3

VISIBLE "SEED ME, FEMUR! "!

I HAS A seed, GIMMEH seed

HOW IZ I randomizin

seed R MOD OF SUM OF 1 AN PRODUKT OF 69069 AN seed AN 10

IF U SAY SO

I IZ randomizin MKAY

I HAS A answer ITZ SUM OF seed AN 1

I HAS A guess

IM IN YR guesser

VISIBLE "WUTS MY NUMBR? "!

GIMMEH guess, guess IS NOW A NUMBR

BOTH SAEM guess AN answer, O RLY?

YA RLY, VISIBLE "U WIN!", GTFO

OIC

IM OUTTA YR guesser

KTHXBYE

## Lua[edit]

math.randomseed( os.time() )

n = math.random( 1, 10 )

print( "I'm thinking of a number between 1 and 10. Try to guess it: " )

repeat

x = tonumber( io.read() )

if x == n then

print "Well guessed!"

else

print "Guess again: "

end

until x == n

## Maple[edit]

GuessNumber := proc()

local number;

randomize():

printf("Guess a number between 1 and 10 until you get it right:\n:");

number := rand(1..10)();

while parse(readline()) <> number do

printf("Try again!\n:");

end do:

printf("Well guessed! The answer was %d.\n", number);

end proc:

GuessNumber();

## Mathematica / Wolfram Language[edit]

number = RandomInteger[{1, 10}];

While[guess =!= number, guess = Input["Guess my number"]];

Print["Well guessed!"]

## MATLAB[edit]

number = ceil(10*rand(1));

[guess, status] = str2num(input('Guess a number between 1 and 10: ','s'));

while (~status || guess ~= number)

[guess, status] = str2num(input('Guess again: ','s'));

end

disp('Well guessed!')

## MAXScript[edit]

rand = random 1 10

clearListener()

while true do

(

userval = getKBValue prompt:"Enter an integer between 1 and 10: "

if userval == rand do (format "\nWell guessed!\n"; exit)

format "\nChoose another value\n"

)

## Mercury[edit]

Mercury does have a 'time' module in its standard library, but it offers an abstract type instead of the seconds-since-the-epoch we want to seed the RNG with. So this is also an example of how easy it is to call out to C. (It's just as easy to call out to C#, Java, and Erlang.) Also, rather than parse the input, this solution prepares the random number to match the typed input. This isn't a weakness of Mercury, just the author's desire to cheat a bit.

:- module guess.

:- interface.

:- import_module io.

:- pred main(io::di, io::uo) is det.

:- implementation.

:- import_module random, string.

main(!IO) :-

time(Time, !IO),

random.init(Time, Rand),

random.random(1, 10, N, Rand, _),

main(from_int(N) ++ "\n", !IO).

:- pred main(string::in, io::di, io::uo) is det.

main(N, !IO) :-

io.write_string("Guess the number: ", !IO),

io.read_line_as_string(Res, !IO),

(

Res = ok(S),

( if S = N then io.write_string("Well guessed!\n", !IO)

else main(N, !IO) )

;

Res = error(E)

;

Res = eof

).

:- pred time(int::out, io::di, io::uo) is det.

:- pragma foreign_decl("C", "#include <time.h>").

:- pragma foreign_proc("C", time(Int::out, _IO0::di, _IO1::uo),

[will_not_call_mercury, promise_pure],

"Int = time(NULL);").

## Nemerle[edit]

using System;

using System.Console;

module Guess

{

Main() : void

{

def rand = Random();

def x = rand.Next(1, 11); // returns 1 <= x < 11

mutable guess = 0;

do

{

WriteLine("Guess a nnumber between 1 and 10:");

guess = Int32.Parse(ReadLine());

} while (guess != x);

WriteLine("Well guessed!");

}

}

## NetRexx[edit]

/* NetRexx */

options replace format comments java crossref savelog symbols nobinary

guessThis = (Math.random * 10 + 1) % 1

guess = -1

prompt = [ -

'Try guessing a number between 1 and 10', -

'Wrong; try again...' -

]

promptIdx = int 0

loop label g_ until guess = guessThis

say prompt[promptIdx]

promptIdx = 1

parse ask guess .

if guess = guessThis then do

say 'Well guessed!' guess 'is the correct number.'

leave g_

end

end g_

return

## NewLISP[edit]

; guess-number.lsp

; oofoe 2012-01-19

; http://rosettacode.org/wiki/Guess_the_number

(seed (time-of-day)) ; Initialize random number generator from clock.

(setq number (+ 1 (rand 10)))

(println "I'm thinking of a number between 1 and 10. Can you guess it?")

(print "Type in your guess and hit [enter]: ")

(while (!= number (int (read-line))) (print "Nope! Try again: "))

(println "Well guessed! Congratulations!")

(exit)

Sample output:

I'm thinking of a number between 1 and 10. Can you guess it? Type in your guess and hit [enter]: 5 Nope! Try again: 3 Nope! Try again: 10 Nope! Try again: 1 Nope! Try again: 4 Well guessed! Congratulations!

## Nim[edit]

import strutils, math

randomize()

var chosen = 1 + random(10)

echo "I have thought of a number. Try to guess it!"

var guess = parseInt(readLine(stdin))

while guess != chosen:

echo "Your guess was wrong. Try again!"

guess = parseInt(readLine(stdin))

echo "Well guessed!"

## Oberon-2[edit]

Works with oo2c Version 2

MODULE GuessTheNumber;

IMPORT

RandomNumbers,

In,

Out;

PROCEDURE Do;

VAR

n,guess: LONGINT;

BEGIN

n := RandomNumbers.RND(10);

Out.String("Guess a number between 1 and 10: ");Out.Flush();

LOOP

In.LongInt(guess);

IF guess = n THEN

Out.String("You guessed!!"); Out.Ln; EXIT

END;

Out.String(" Sorry, try again: ");Out.Flush()

END

END Do;

BEGIN

Do;

END GuessTheNumber.

## Objeck[edit]

use IO;

bundle Default {

class GuessNumber {

function : Main(args : String[]) ~ Nil {

done := false;

"Guess the number which is between 1 and 10 or 'q' to quite: "->PrintLine();

rand_num := (Float->Random() * 10.0)->As(Int) + 1;

while(done = false) {

guess := Console->ReadString();

number := guess->ToInt();

if(number <> 0) {

if(number <> rand_num) {

"Guess again: "->PrintLine();

}

else {

"Hurray! You guessed correctly!"->PrintLine();

done := true;

};

}

else {

if(guess->StartsWith("q") | guess->StartsWith("Q")) {

done := true;

};

};

};

}

}

}

## Objective-C[edit]

#import <Foundation/Foundation.h>

int main(int argc, const char * argv[])

{

@autoreleasepool {

NSLog(@"I'm thinking of a number between 1 - 10. Can you guess what it is?\n");

int rndNumber = arc4random_uniform(10) + 1;

// Debug (Show rndNumber in console)

//NSLog(@"Random number is %i", rndNumber);

int userInput;

do {

NSLog(@"Input the number below\n");

scanf("%i", &userInput);

if (userInput > 10) {

NSLog(@"Please enter a number less than 10\n");

}

if (userInput > 10 || userInput != rndNumber) {

NSLog(@"Your guess %i is incorrect, please try again", userInput);

} else {

NSLog(@"Your guess %i is correct!", userInput);

}

} while (userInput > 10 || userInput != rndNumber);

}

return 0;

}

## OCaml[edit]

#!/usr/bin/env ocaml

let () =

Random.self_init();

let n =

if Random.bool () then

let n = 2 + Random.int 8 in

print_endline "Please guess a number between 1 and 10 excluded";

(n)

else

let n = 1 + Random.int 10 in

print_endline "Please guess a number between 1 and 10 included";

(n)

in

while read_int () <> n do

print_endline "The guess was wrong! Please try again!"

done;

print_endline "Well guessed!"

## Oforth[edit]

func: guess

{

10 rand doWhile: [ "Guess : " print System.Console askln asInteger over <> ]

drop "Well guessed!" println

}

## PARI/GP[edit]

guess()=my(r=random(10)+1);while(input()!=r,); "Well guessed!";

## Pascal[edit]

Program GuessTheNumber(input, output);

var

number, guess: integer;

begin

randomize;

number := random(10) + 1;

writeln ('I''m thinking of a number between 1 and 10, which you should guess.');

write ('Enter your guess: ');

readln (guess);

while guess <> number do

begin

writeln ('Sorry, but your guess is wrong. Please try again.');

write ('Enter your new guess: ');

readln (guess);

end;

writeln ('You made an excellent guess. Thank you and have a nice day.');

end.

## Perl[edit]

my $number = 1 + int rand 10;

do { print "Guess a number between 1 and 10: " } until <> == $number;

print "You got it!\n";

## Perl 6[edit]

my $number = (1..10).pick;

repeat {} until prompt("Guess a number: ") == $number;

say "Guessed right!";

## Phix[edit]

integer secret = rand(10)

puts(1,"Guess the number between 1 and 10: ")

while 1 do

if prompt_number("",{1,10})=secret then exit end if

puts(1,"Your guess was wrong.\nTry again: ")

end while

puts(1,"You got it!\n")

## PHP[edit]

<?php

session_start();

if(isset($_SESSION['number']))

{

$number = $_SESSION['number'];

}

else

{

$_SESSION['number'] = rand(1,10);

}

if(isset($_POST["guess"])){

if($_POST["guess"]){

$guess = htmlspecialchars($_POST['guess']);

echo $guess . "<br />";

if ($guess != $number)

{

echo "Your guess is not correct";

}

elseif($guess == $number)

{

echo "You got the correct number!";

}

}

}

?>

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">

<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">

<head>

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />

<title>Guess A Number</title>

</head>

<body>

<form action="<?=$_SERVER['PHP_SELF'] ?>" method="post" name="guess-a-number">

<label for="guess">Guess number:</label><br/ >

<input type="text" name="guess" />

<input name="number" type="hidden" value="<?= $number ?>" />

<input name="submit" type="submit" />

</form>

</body>

</html>

## PicoLisp[edit]

(de guessTheNumber ()

(let Number (rand 1 9)

(loop

(prin "Guess the number: ")

(T (= Number (read))

(prinl "Well guessed!") )

(prinl "Sorry, this was wrong") ) ) )

## PowerShell[edit]

Provides a function that analyzes the provided number by its call. The second script block is important and needed inside the script so the function will be called.

Function GuessNumber($Guess)

{

$Number = Get-Random -min 1 -max 11

Write-Host "What number between 1 and 10 am I thinking of?"

Do

{

Write-Warning "Try again!"

$Guess = Read-Host "What's the number?"

}

While ($Number -ne $Guess)

Write-Host "Well done! You successfully guessed the number $Guess."

}

$myNumber = Read-Host "What's the number?"

GuessNumber $myNumber

## ProDOS[edit]

Uses math module:

:a

editvar /modify /value=-random-= <10

editvar /newvar /value=-random- /title=a

editvar /newvar /value=b /userinput=1 /title=Guess a number:

if -b- /hasvalue=-a- printline You guessed correctly! else printline Your guess was wrong & goto :a

## Prolog[edit]

main :-

random_between(1, 10, N),

repeat,

prompt1('Guess the number: '),

read(N),

writeln('Well guessed!'),

!.

Example:

?- main.

Guess the number: 1.

Guess the number: 2.

Guess the number: 3.

Well guessed!

true.

## PureBasic[edit]

If OpenConsole()

Define TheNumber=Random(9)+1

PrintN("I've picked a number from 1 to 10." + #CRLF$)

Repeat

Print("Guess the number: ")

Until TheNumber=Val(Input())

PrintN("Well guessed!")

Print(#CRLF$ + #CRLF$ + "Press ENTER to exit"): Input()

CloseConsole()

EndIf

## Python[edit]

'Simple number guessing game'

import random

target, guess = random.randint(1, 10), 0

while target != guess:

guess = int(input('Guess my number between 1 and 10 until you get it right: '))

print('Thats right!')

## R[edit]

f <- function() {

print("Guess a number between 1 and 10 until you get it right.")

n <- sample(10, 1)

while (as.numeric(readline()) != n) {

print("Try again.")

}

print("You got it!")

}

## Racket[edit]

#lang racket

(define (guess-number (number (add1 (random 10))))

(define guess (read))

(if (= guess number)

(display "Well guessed!\n")

(guess-number number)))

## RapidQ[edit]

RANDOMIZE

number = rnd(10) + 1

Print "I selected a number between 1 and 10, try to find it:" + chr$(10)

while Guess <> Number

input "Your guess: "; Guess

wend

print "You guessed right, well done !"

input "Press enter to quit";a$

## Rascal[edit]

import vis::Render;

import vis::Figure;

import util::Math;

public void Guess(){

random = arbInt(10);

entered = "";

guess = false;

figure = box(vcat([

text("Try to guess the number from 0 to 9."),

textfield("Put your guess here", void(str s){guess = (toInt(s)==random); entered = s; }, fillColor("white")),

text(str(){return guess ? "Correct answer!" : "This is false, the number is not <entered>.";}),

button("Start over", void(){random = arbInt(10);}) ]));

render(figure);

}

Output:

## Retro[edit]

: checkGuess ( gn-gf || f )

over = [ drop 0 ] [ "Sorry, try again!\n" puts -1 ] if ;

: think ( -n )

random abs 10 mod 1+ ;

: guess ( - )

"I'm thinking of a number between 1 and 10.\n" puts

"Try to guess it!\n" puts

think [ getToken toNumber checkGuess ] while

"You got it!\n" puts ;

## REXX[edit]

### version 1[edit]

(Note: most REXXes won't accept that first statement, the shebang/sha-bang/hashbang/pound-bang/hash-exclam/hash-pling.)

#!/usr/bin/rexx

/*REXX program to play: Guess the number */

number = random(1,10)

say "I have thought of a number. Try to guess it!"

guess=0 /* We don't want a valid guess, before we start */

do while guess \= number

pull guess

if guess \= number then

say "Sorry, the guess was wrong. Try again!"

/* endif - There is no endif in rexx. */

end

say "Well done! You guessed it!"

### version 2[edit]

/*REXX program interactively plays "guess my number" with a human. */

?=random(1,10) /*generate a low random integer. */

say 'Try to guess my number between 1 ──► 10 (inclusive).' /*directive*/

do j=1 until g=? /*keep at it ···*/

if j\==1 then say 'Try again.' /*2nd-ary prompt*/

pull g /*obtain a guess*/

end /*j*/

say 'Well guessed!' /*stick a fork in it, we're done.*/

## RPL[edit]

DIR

INITIALIZE

<< { C G R } PURGE RAND 10 * 1 + IP 'R' STO GUESSING

>>

GUESSING

<< "Pick a number between 1 and 10." "" INPUT OBJ-> 'G' STO

IF

G R ==

THEN

CLLCD "You got it!" 1 DISP 7 FREEZE 0 WAIT CLLCD CONTINUE

ELSE

IF

G R <

THEN

CLLCD "Try a larger number." 1 DISP 7 FREEZE 0 WAIT GUESSING

ELSE

CLLCD "Try a smaller number." 1 DISP 7 FREEZE 0 WAIT GUESSING

END

END

>>

CONTINUE

<< "Do you want to continue? (0/1)" "" INPUT OBJ-> 'C' STO

IF

C 1 ==

THEN

INITIALIZE

ELSE

CLEAR

END

>>

END

## Ruby[edit]

n = rand(1..10)

puts 'Guess the number: '

puts 'Wrong! Guess again: ' until gets.to_i == n

puts 'Well guessed!'

## Run BASIC[edit]

while 1

choose = int(RND(0) * 9) + 1

while guess <> choose

print "Guess a number between 1 and 10: ";: input guess

if guess = choose THEN

print "You guessed!"

else

print "Sorry, try again"

end if

wend

wend

## Rust[edit]

extern crate rand;

fn main() {

println!("Type in an integer between 1 and 10 and press enter.");

let n = rand::random::<u32>() % 10 + 1;

loop {

let mut line = String::new();

std::io::stdin().read_line(&mut line).unwrap();

let option: Result<u32,_> = line.trim().parse();

match option {

Ok(guess) => {

if guess < 1 || guess > 10 {

println!("Guess is out of bounds; try again.");

} else if guess == n {

println!("Well guessed!");

break;

} else {

println!("Wrong! Try again.");

}

},

Err(_) => println!("Invalid input; try again.")

}

}

}

## Scala[edit]

val n = (math.random * 10 + 1).toInt

print("Guess the number: ")

while(readInt != n) print("Wrong! Guess again: ")

println("Well guessed!")

## Scheme[edit]

(define (guess)

(define number (random 11))

(display "Pick a number from 1 through 10.\n> ")

(do ((guess (read) (read)))

((= guess number) (display "Well guessed!\n"))

(display "Guess again.\n")))

- Output:

scheme> (guess) Pick a number from 1 through 10. 1 Guess again. 2 Guess again. 3 Guess again. 4 Guess again. 5 Well guessed!

## Seed7[edit]

$ include "seed7_05.s7i";

const proc: main is func

local

var integer: number is 0;

var integer: guess is 0;

begin

number := rand(1, 10);

writeln("I'm thinking of a number between 1 and 10.");

writeln("Try to guess it!");

readln(guess);

while guess <> number do

writeln("That's not my number.");

writeln("Try another guess!");

readln(guess);

end while;

writeln("You have won!");

end func;

## Self[edit]

Gives dialog boxes in GUI, uses stdout/in otherwise.

Well factored:

(|

parent* = traits clonable.

copy = (resend.copy secretNumber: random integerBetween: 1 And: 10).

secretNumber.

ask = ((userQuery askString: 'Guess the Number: ') asInteger).

reportSuccess = (userQuery report: 'You got it!').

reportFailure = (userQuery report: 'Nope. Guess again.').

sayIntroduction = (userQuery report: 'Try to guess my secret number between 1 and 10.').

hasGuessed = ( [ask = secretNumber] onReturn: [|:r| r ifTrue: [reportSuccess] False: [reportFailure]] ).

run = (sayIntroduction. [hasGuessed] whileFalse)

|) copy run

Simple method:

| n |

userQuery report: 'Try to guess my secret number between 1 and 10.'.

n: random integerBetween: 1 And: 10.

[(userQuery askString: 'Guess the Number.') asInteger = n] whileFalse: [

userQuery report: 'Nope. Guess again.'].

userQuery report: 'You got it!'

## Sidef[edit]

var n = 10.rand(1).int;

print 'Guess the number: ';

while (n != read(Number).int) {

print 'Wrong! Guess again: '

}

say 'Well guessed!';

## Swift[edit]

import Cocoa

var found = false

let randomNum = Int(arc4random_uniform(10) + 1)

println("Guess a number between 1 and 10\n")

while (!found) {

var fh = NSFileHandle.fileHandleWithStandardInput()

println("Enter a number: ")

let data = fh.availableData

var str = NSString(data: data, encoding: NSUTF8StringEncoding)

if (str?.integerValue == randomNum) {

found = true

println("Well guessed!")

}

}

## Small Basic[edit]

TextWindow.WriteLine("I just thought of a number between 1 and 10. What is it?")

number = Math.GetRandomNumber(10)

While guess <> number

guess = TextWindow.ReadNumber()

guesses = guesses + 1

If guess > number Then

TextWindow.WriteLine("Guess number " + guesses + " is too high.")

ElseIf guess < number Then

TextWindow.WriteLine("Guess number " + guesses + " is too low.")

ElseIf guess = number Then

TextWindow.WriteLine("You guessed my number " + guesses + " times.")

EndIf

EndWhile

## Tcl[edit]

set target [expr {int(rand()*10 + 1)}]

puts "I have thought of a number."

puts "Try to guess it!"

while 1 {

puts -nonewline "Enter your guess: "

flush stdout

gets stdin guess

if {$guess == $target} {

break

}

puts "Your guess was wrong. Try again!"

}

puts "Well done! You guessed it."

Sample output:

I have thought of a number. Try to guess it! Enter your guess: 1 Your guess was wrong. Try again! Enter your guess: 2 Your guess was wrong. Try again! Enter your guess: 3 Your guess was wrong. Try again! Enter your guess: 8 Well done! You guessed it.

## TUSCRIPT[edit]

$$ MODE TUSCRIPT

PRINT "Find the luckynumber (7 tries)!"

luckynumber=RANDOM_NUMBERS (1,10,1)

COMPILE

LOOP round=1,7

message=CONCAT ("[",round,"] Please insert a number")

ASK $message: n=""

IF (n!='digits') THEN

PRINT "wrong insert: ",n," Please insert a digit"

ELSEIF (n>10.or.n<1) THEN

PRINT "wrong insert: ",n," Please insert a number between 1-10"

ELSEIF (n==#luckynumber) THEN

PRINT "BINGO"

EXIT

ENDIF

IF (round==7) PRINT/ERROR "You've lost: luckynumber was: ",luckynumber

ENDLOOP

ENDCOMPILE

Output:

Find the luckynumber (7 tries)! [1] Please insert a number >a wrong insert: a Please insert a digit [2] Please insert a number >10 [3] Please insert a number >1 [4] Please insert a number >2 [5] Please insert a number >9 [6] Please insert a number >8 BINGO

## UNIX Shell[edit]

#!/bin/sh

# Guess the number

# This simplified program does not check the input is valid

# Use awk(1) to get a random number. If awk(1) not found, exit now.

number=`awk 'BEGIN{print int(rand()*10+1)}'` || exit

echo 'I have thought of a number. Try to guess it!'

echo 'Enter an integer from 1 to 10.'

until read guess; [ "$guess" -eq "$number" ]

do

echo 'Sorry, the guess was wrong! Try again!'

done

echo 'Well done! You guessed it.'

An older version used `while [ "$guess" -ne "$number" ]`

. With pdksh, input like '+' or '4x' would force the test to fail, end that while loop, and act like a correct guess. With `until [ "$guess" -eq "$number" ]`

, input like '+' or '4x' now continues this until loop, and acts like a wrong guess. With Heirloom's Bourne Shell, '+' acts like '0' (always a wrong guess), and '4x' acts like '4' (perhaps correct).

### C Shell[edit]

#!/bin/csh -f

# Guess the number

# jot(1) a random number. If jot(1) not found, exit now.

@ number = `jot -r 1 1 10` || exit

echo 'I have thought of a number. Try to guess it!'

echo 'Enter an integer from 1 to 10.'

@ guess = "$<"

while ( $guess != $number )

echo 'Sorry, the guess was wrong! Try again!'

@ guess = "$<"

end

echo 'Well done! You guessed it.'

## Vala[edit]

int main() {

int x = Random.int_range(1, 10);

stdout.printf("Make a guess (1-10): ");

while(int.parse(stdin.read_line()) != x)

stdout.printf("Wrong! Try again: ");

stdout.printf("Got it!\n");

return 0;

}

## VBScript[edit]

randomize

MyNum=Int(rnd*10)+1

Do

x=x+1

YourGuess=InputBox("Enter A number from 1 to 10")

If not Isnumeric(YourGuess) then

msgbox YourGuess &" is not numeric. Try again."

ElseIf CInt(YourGuess)>10 or CInt(YourGuess)<1 then

msgbox YourGuess &" is not between 1 and 10. Try Again."

ElseIf CInt(YourGuess)=CInt(MyNum) then

MsgBox "Well Guessed!"

wscript.quit

ElseIf Cint(YourGuess)<>CInt(Mynum) then

MsgBox "Nope. Try again."

end If

if x > 20 then

msgbox "I take pity on you"

wscript.quit

end if

loop

## Wortel[edit]

@let {

num 10Wc

guess 0

[

@while != guess num

:guess !prompt "Guess the number between 1 and 10 inclusive"

!alert "Congratulations!\nThe number was {num}."

]

}

## X86 Assembly[edit]

global _start

section .data

rand dd 0

guess dd 0

msg1 db "Guess my number (1-10)", 10

len1 equ $ - msg1

msg2 db "Wrong, try again!", 10

len2 equ $ - msg2

msg3 db "Well guessed!", 10

len3 equ $ - msg3

section .text

_start:

; random number using time

mov eax, 13

mov ebx, rand

int 80h

mov eax, [ebx]

mov ebx, 10

xor edx, edx

div ebx

inc edx

mov [rand], edx

; print msg1

mov eax, 4

mov ebx, 1

mov ecx, msg1

mov edx, len1

int 80h

input:

; get input

mov eax, 3

xor ebx, ebx

mov ecx, msg1

mov edx, 1

int 80h

mov al, [ecx]

cmp al, 48

jl check

cmp al, 57

jg check

; if number

sub al, 48

xchg eax, [guess]

mov ebx, 10

mul ebx

add [guess], eax

jmp input

check:

; else check number

mov eax, 4

inc ebx

mov ecx, [guess]

cmp ecx, [rand]

je done

; if not equal

mov ecx, msg2

mov edx, len2

mov dword [guess], 0

int 80h

jmp input

done:

; well guessed

mov ecx, msg3

mov edx, len3

int 80h

; exit

mov eax, 1

xor ebx, ebx

int 80h

## XPL0[edit]

code Ran=1, IntIn=10, Text=12;

int N, G;

[N:= Ran(10)+1;

Text(0, "I'm thinking of a number between 1 and 10.^M^J");

loop [Text(0, "Can you guess it? ");

G:= IntIn(0);

if G=N then quit;

Text(0, "Nope, that's not it.^M^J");

];

Text(0, "Well guessed!^M^J");

]

## zkl[edit]

Strings are used to avoid dealing with error handling

r:=((0).random(10)+1).toString();

while(1){

n:=ask("Num between 1 & 10: ");

if(n==r){ println("Well guessed!"); break; }

println("Nope")

}

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