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21 game

From Rosetta Code


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

21 is a two player game, the game is played by choosing a number (1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total.

The game is won by the player whose chosen number causes the running total to reach exactly 21.

The running total starts at zero. One player will be the computer.

Players alternate supplying a number to be added to the running total.


Task

Write a computer program that will:

  • do the prompting (or provide a button menu),
  • check for errors and display appropriate error messages,
  • do the additions (add a chosen number to the running total),
  • display the running total,
  • provide a mechanism for the player to quit/exit/halt/stop/close the program,
  • issue a notification when there is a winner, and
  • determine who goes first (maybe a random or user choice, or can be specified when the game begins).



AArch64 Assembly[edit]

Works with: as version Raspberry Pi 3B version Buster 64 bits
 
/* ARM assembly AARCH64 Raspberry PI 3B */
/* program game21_64.s */
 
/*******************************************/
/* Constantes file */
/*******************************************/
/* for this file see task include a file in language AArch64 assembly*/
.include "../includeConstantesARM64.inc"
 
.equ HITTOTAL, 21
.equ BUFFERSIZE, 10
 
 
/*********************************/
/* Initialized data */
/*********************************/
.data
szMessRules: .ascii "21 Game\n"
.ascii "21 is a two player game, the game is played by choosing a number \n"
.ascii "(1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total. The game is won by\n"
.ascii "the player whose chosen number causes the running total to reach \n"
.asciz "exactly 21. The running total starts at zero.\n\n\n"
 
szMessHumanChoice: .asciz "Enter your choice (1,2, 3 or type (q)uit to exit): "
szMessErrChoise: .asciz "invalid choice.\n "
szMessHumanBegin: .asciz "The first move is human move.\n"
szMessPiBegin: .asciz "The first move is Raspberry pi. \n"
szMessHumanWon: .asciz "You won. \n"
szMessHumanLost: .asciz "You lost. \n"
szMessTotal: .asciz "The running total is @ \n"
szMessPiChoice: .asciz "Raspberry choice is @ \n"
szMessNewGame: .asciz "New game (y/n) ? \n"
szCarriageReturn: .asciz "\n"
.align 4
qGraine: .quad 123456
/*********************************/
/* UnInitialized data */
/*********************************/
.bss
sZoneConv: .skip 24
sBuffer: .skip BUFFERSIZE
/*********************************/
/* code section */
/*********************************/
.text
.global main
main: // entry of program
 
ldr x0,qAdrszMessRules
bl affichageMess
1:
mov x10,#0 // total = 0
mov x0,#100
bl genereraleas
cmp x0,#50
blt 2f
ldr x0,qAdrszMessHumanBegin // human begin
bl affichageMess
b 4f
2: // Rasp begin
ldr x0,qAdrszMessPiBegin
bl affichageMess
mov x0,#1
3: // rasp turn
add x10,x10,x0
ldr x1,qAdrsZoneConv
bl conversion10 // call decimal conversion
ldr x0,qAdrszMessPiChoice
ldr x1,qAdrsZoneConv // insert conversion in message
bl strInsertAtCharInc
bl affichageMess
cmp x10,#HITTOTAL
bne 4f
ldr x0,qAdrszMessHumanLost
bl affichageMess
b 12f
4: // display current total
mov x0,x10
ldr x1,qAdrsZoneConv
bl conversion10 // call decimal conversion
ldr x0,qAdrszMessTotal
ldr x1,qAdrsZoneConv // insert conversion in message
bl strInsertAtCharInc
bl affichageMess
 
5: // human turn
ldr x0,qAdrszMessHumanChoice
bl affichageMess
bl saisie
cmp x0,#'q' // quit ?
beq 100f
cmp x0,#'Q'
beq 100f
cmp x0,#'1'
add x9,x10,1
csel x10,x9,x10,eq
beq 6f
cmp x0,#'2'
add x9,x10,2
csel x10,x9,x10,eq
beq 6f
cmp x0,#'3'
add x9,x10,3
csel x10,x9,x10,eq
beq 6f
ldr x0,qAdrszMessErrChoise
bl affichageMess
b 5b
6:
cmp x10,#HITTOTAL // total = maxi ?
beq 11f // yes -> human won
cmp x10,#5 // else compute rasp number
mov x9,5 // compare total and optimun
7:
cmp x10,x9
ble 8f
add x9,x9,4
b 7b
8:
sub x0,x9,x10 // compute number rasp
9: // control number rasp
cmp x0,#0
ble 10f
cmp x0,#3
ble 3b
10: // if not ok, generate random number
mov x0,#2
bl genereraleas
add x0,x0,#1
b 3b // and loop
 
11: // display human won
ldr x0,qAdrszMessHumanWon
bl affichageMess
12: // display new game ?
ldr x0,qAdrszCarriageReturn
bl affichageMess
ldr x0,qAdrszMessNewGame
bl affichageMess
bl saisie
cmp x0,#'y'
beq 1b
cmp x0,#'Y'
beq 1b
 
100: // standard end of the program
mov x0, #0 // return code
mov x8, #EXIT // request to exit program
svc #0 // perform the system call
 
qAdrszCarriageReturn: .quad szCarriageReturn
qAdrszMessRules: .quad szMessRules
qAdrszMessHumanBegin: .quad szMessHumanBegin
qAdrszMessPiBegin: .quad szMessPiBegin
qAdrszMessPiChoice: .quad szMessPiChoice
qAdrszMessTotal: .quad szMessTotal
qAdrszMessHumanChoice: .quad szMessHumanChoice
qAdrszMessHumanLost: .quad szMessHumanLost
qAdrszMessHumanWon: .quad szMessHumanWon
qAdrszMessNewGame: .quad szMessNewGame
qAdrszMessErrChoise: .quad szMessErrChoise
qAdrsZoneConv: .quad sZoneConv
/******************************************************************/
/* string saisie */
/******************************************************************/
/* x0 return the first character of human entry */
saisie:
stp x1,lr,[sp,-16]! // save registers
stp x2,x8,[sp,-16]! // save registers
mov x0,#STDIN // Linux input console
ldr x1,qAdrsBuffer // buffer address
mov x2,#BUFFERSIZE // buffer size
mov x8,#READ // request to read datas
svc 0 // call system
ldr x1,qAdrsBuffer // buffer address
ldrb w0,[x1] // load first character
100:
ldp x2,x8,[sp],16 // restaur 2 registers
ldp x1,lr,[sp],16 // restaur 2 registers
ret // return to address lr x30
 
qAdrsBuffer: .quad sBuffer
/***************************************************/
/* Generation random number */
/***************************************************/
/* x0 contains limit */
genereraleas:
stp x1,lr,[sp,-16]! // save registers
stp x2,x3,[sp,-16]! // save registers
stp x4,x5,[sp,-16]! // save registers
ldr x4,qAdrqGraine
ldr x2,[x4]
ldr x3,qNbDep1
mul x2,x3,x2
ldr x3,qNbDep2
add x2,x2,x3
str x2,[x4] // maj de la graine pour l appel suivant
cmp x0,#0
beq 100f
udiv x3,x2,x0
msub x0,x3,x0,x2 // résult = remainder
 
100: // end function
ldp x4,x5,[sp],16 // restaur 2 registers
ldp x2,x3,[sp],16 // restaur 2 registers
ldp x1,lr,[sp],16 // restaur 2 registers
ret // return to address lr x30
/*****************************************************/
qAdrqGraine: .quad qGraine
qNbDep1: .quad 0x0019660d
qNbDep2: .quad 0x3c6ef35f
 
/********************************************************/
/* File Include fonctions */
/********************************************************/
/* for this file see task include a file in language AArch64 assembly */
.include "../includeARM64.inc"
 

ARM Assembly[edit]

Works with: as version Raspberry Pi
 
/* ARM assembly Raspberry PI */
/* program game21.s */
 
/* REMARK 1 : this program use routines in a include file
see task Include a file language arm assembly
for the routine affichageMess conversion10
see at end of this program the instruction include */
/* for constantes see task include a file in arm assembly */
/************************************/
/* Constantes */
/************************************/
.include "../constantes.inc"
.equ STDIN, 0 @ Linux input console
.equ READ, 3 @ Linux syscall
.equ HITTOTAL, 21
.equ BUFFERSIZE, 10
 
 
/*********************************/
/* Initialized data */
/*********************************/
.data
szMessRules: .ascii "21 Game\n"
.ascii "21 is a two player game, the game is played by choosing a number \n"
.ascii "(1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total. The game is won by\n"
.ascii "the player whose chosen number causes the running total to reach \n"
.asciz "exactly 21. The running total starts at zero.\n\n\n"
 
szMessHumanChoice: .asciz "Enter your choice (1,2, 3 or type (q)uit to exit): "
szMessErrChoise: .asciz "invalid choice.\n "
szMessHumanBegin: .asciz "The first move is human move.\n"
szMessPiBegin: .asciz "The first move is Raspberry pi. \n"
szMessHumanWon: .asciz "You won. \n"
szMessHumanLost: .asciz "You lost. \n"
szMessTotal: .asciz "The running total is @ \n"
szMessPiChoice: .asciz "Raspberry choice if @ \n"
szMessNewGame: .asciz "New game (y/n) ? \n"
szCarriageReturn: .asciz "\n"
.align 4
iGraine: .int 123456
/*********************************/
/* UnInitialized data */
/*********************************/
.bss
sZoneConv: .skip 24
sBuffer: .skip BUFFERSIZE
/*********************************/
/* code section */
/*********************************/
.text
.global main
main: @ entry of program
 
ldr r0,iAdrszMessRules
bl affichageMess
1:
mov r10,#0 @ total = 0
mov r0,#100
bl genereraleas
cmp r0,#50
blt 2f
ldr r0,iAdrszMessHumanBegin @ human begin
bl affichageMess
b 4f
2: @ Rasp begin
ldr r0,iAdrszMessPiBegin
bl affichageMess
mov r0,#1
3: @ rasp turn
add r10,r10,r0
ldr r1,iAdrsZoneConv
bl conversion10 @ call decimal conversion
ldr r0,iAdrszMessPiChoice
ldr r1,iAdrsZoneConv @ insert conversion in message
bl strInsertAtCharInc
bl affichageMess
cmp r10,#HITTOTAL
bne 4f
ldr r0,iAdrszMessHumanLost
bl affichageMess
b 10f
4: @ display current total
mov r0,r10
ldr r1,iAdrsZoneConv
bl conversion10 @ call decimal conversion
ldr r0,iAdrszMessTotal
ldr r1,iAdrsZoneConv @ insert conversion in message
bl strInsertAtCharInc
bl affichageMess
 
5: @ human turn
ldr r0,iAdrszMessHumanChoice
bl affichageMess
bl saisie
cmp r0,#'q' @ quit ?
beq 100f
cmp r0,#'Q'
beq 100f
cmp r0,#'1'
addeq r10,r10,#1
beq 6f
cmp r0,#'2'
addeq r10,r10,#2
beq 6f
cmp r0,#'3'
addeq r10,r10,#3
beq 6f
ldr r0,iAdrszMessErrChoise
bl affichageMess
b 5b
6:
cmp r10,#HITTOTAL @ total = maxi ?
beq 9f @ yes -> human won
cmp r10,#5 @ else compute rasp number
rsble r0,r10,#5
ble 7f
cmp r10,#9
rsble r0,r10,#9
ble 7f
cmp r10,#13
rsble r0,r10,#13
ble 7f
cmp r10,#17
rsble r0,r10,#17
ble 7f
cmp r10,#21
rsble r0,r10,#21
ble 7f
7: @ control number rasp
cmp r0,#0
ble 8f
cmp r0,#3
ble 3b
8: @ if not ok, generate random number
mov r0,#2
bl genereraleas
add r0,r0,#1
b 3b @ and loop
 
9: @ display human won
ldr r0,iAdrszMessHumanWon
bl affichageMess
10: @ display new game ?
ldr r0,iAdrszCarriageReturn
bl affichageMess
ldr r0,iAdrszMessNewGame
bl affichageMess
bl saisie
cmp r0,#'y'
beq 1b
cmp r0,#'Y'
beq 1b
 
100: @ standard end of the program
mov r0, #0 @ return code
mov r7, #EXIT @ request to exit program
svc #0 @ perform the system call
 
iAdrszCarriageReturn: .int szCarriageReturn
iAdrszMessRules: .int szMessRules
iAdrszMessHumanBegin: .int szMessHumanBegin
iAdrszMessPiBegin: .int szMessPiBegin
iAdrszMessPiChoice: .int szMessPiChoice
iAdrszMessTotal: .int szMessTotal
iAdrszMessHumanChoice: .int szMessHumanChoice
iAdrszMessHumanLost: .int szMessHumanLost
iAdrszMessHumanWon: .int szMessHumanWon
iAdrszMessNewGame: .int szMessNewGame
iAdrszMessErrChoise: .int szMessErrChoise
iAdrsZoneConv: .int sZoneConv
/******************************************************************/
/* string saisie */
/******************************************************************/
/* r0 return the first character of human entry */
saisie:
push {r1-r7,lr} @ save registers
mov r0,#STDIN @ Linux input console
ldr r1,iAdrsBuffer @ buffer address
mov r2,#BUFFERSIZE @ buffer size
mov r7,#READ @ request to read datas
svc 0 @ call system
ldr r1,iAdrsBuffer @ buffer address
ldrb r0,[r1] @ load first character
100:
pop {r1-r7,lr}
bx lr @ return
iAdrsBuffer: .int sBuffer
/***************************************************/
/* Generation random number */
/***************************************************/
/* r0 contains limit */
genereraleas:
push {r1-r4,lr} @ save registers
ldr r4,iAdriGraine
ldr r2,[r4]
ldr r3,iNbDep1
mul r2,r3,r2
ldr r3,iNbDep1
add r2,r2,r3
str r2,[r4] @ maj de la graine pour l appel suivant
cmp r0,#0
beq 100f
mov r1,r0 @ divisor
mov r0,r2 @ dividende
bl division
mov r0,r3 @ résult = remainder
 
100: @ end function
pop {r1-r4,lr} @ restaur registers
bx lr @ return
/*****************************************************/
iAdriGraine: .int iGraine
iNbDep1: .int 0x343FD
iNbDep2: .int 0x269EC3
/***************************************************/
/* ROUTINES INCLUDE */
/***************************************************/
.include "../affichage.inc"
 
The first move is human move.
The running total is 0
Enter your choice (1,2, 3 or type (q)uit to exit): 4
invalid choice.
 Enter your choice (1,2, 3 or type (q)uit to exit): 1
Raspberry choice if  1
The running total is 2
Enter your choice (1,2, 3 or type (q)uit to exit): 3
Raspberry choice if  2
The running total is 7
Enter your choice (1,2, 3 or type (q)uit to exit): 1
Raspberry choice if  1
The running total is 9
Enter your choice (1,2, 3 or type (q)uit to exit): 2
Raspberry choice if  2
The running total is 13
Enter your choice (1,2, 3 or type (q)uit to exit): 3
Raspberry choice if  1
The running total is 17
Enter your choice (1,2, 3 or type (q)uit to exit): 1
Raspberry choice if  3
You lost.

New game (y/n) ?
y
The first move is Raspberry pi.

AutoHotkey[edit]

Gui, font, S16
Gui, add, Radio, vRadioC , Cake
Gui, add, Radio, vRadioE x+0 Checked, Easy
Gui, add, Radio, vRadioH x+0, Hard
Gui, add, text, xs vT, Total : 00
Gui, add, text, xs vComputer, Computer Dealt 00
Gui, add, text, xs Section, Player 1
loop, 3
Gui, add, button, x+5 vPlayer1_%A_Index% gTotal, % A_Index
Gui, add, button, xs vReset gReset, reset
Gui show,, 21 Game
Winners := [1,5,9,13,17,21]
gosub, reset
return
;-----------------------------------
reset:
total := 0
GuiControl,, T, % "Total : " SubStr("00" Total, -1)
GuiControl,, Computer, % "Computer Waiting"
Loop 3
GuiControl, Enable, % "Player1_" A_Index
Random, rnd, 0, 1
if rnd
{
Loop 3
GuiControl, Disable, % "Player1_" A_Index
gosub ComputerTurn
}
return
;-----------------------------------
Total:
Added := SubStr(A_GuiControl, 9,1)
Total += Added
GuiControl,, T, % "Total : " SubStr("00" Total, -1)
if (total >= 21)
{
MsgBox % "Player 1 Wins"
gosub reset
return
}
Loop 3
GuiControl, Disable, % "Player1_" A_Index
gosub, ComputerTurn
return
;-----------------------------------
ComputerTurn:
Gui, Submit, NoHide
Sleep 500
if RadioE
{
if (total < 13)
RadioC := true
else
RadioH := true
}
if RadioC
{
Random, Deal, 1, 3
total += Deal
}
if RadioH
{
for i, v in Winners
if (total >= v)
continue
else
{
Deal := v - total
if Deal > 3
Random, Deal, 1, 3
total += Deal
break
}
}
GuiControl,, T, % "Total : " SubStr("00" Total, -1)
GuiControl,, Computer, % "Computer Dealt " Deal
if (total=21)
{
MsgBox Computer Wins
gosub, reset
}
else
Loop 3
GuiControl, Enable, % "Player1_" A_Index
return

awk[edit]

#  Game 21 - an example in AWK language for Rosseta Code.
 
BEGIN {
srand();
GOAL = 21;
best[0] = 1; best[1] = 1; best[2] = 3; best[3] = 2;
 
print\
"21 Game \n"\
" \n"\
"21 is a two player game, the game is played by choosing a number \n"\
"(1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total. The game is won by\n"\
"the player whose chosen number causes the running total to reach \n"\
"exactly 21. The running total starts at zero. \n\n";
 
newgame();
prompt();
 
}
 
/[123]/ {
move = strtonum($0);
if (move + total <= GOAL) {
update("human", strtonum($0));
update("ai", best[total % 4]);
}
else
invalid();
prompt();
}
/[^123]/ {
if ($0 == "quit") {
print "goodbye";
exit;
}
else {
invalid();
prompt();
}
}
 
function prompt(){
print "enter your choice (or type quit to exit): ";
}
 
function invalid(){
print "invalid move";
}
 
function newgame() {
print "\n---- NEW GAME ----\n";
print "\nThe running total is currently zero.\n";
total = 0;
if (rand() < 0.5) {
print "The first move is AI move.\n";
update("ai", best[total % 4]);
}
else
print "The first move is human move.\n";
}
 
function update(player, move) {
printf "%8s:  %d = %d + %d\n\n", player, total + move, total, move;
total += move;
if (total == GOAL) {
printf "The winner is %s.\n\n", player;
newgame();
}
}
Output:
gawk -f Game21.awk
21 Game

21 is a two player game, the game is played by choosing a number
(1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total. The game is won by
the player whose chosen number causes the running total to reach
exactly 21. The running total starts at zero.



---- NEW GAME ----


The running total is currently zero.

The first move is human move.

enter your choice (or type quit to exit):
1
   human:  1 = 0 + 1

      ai:  2 = 1 + 1

enter your choice (or type quit to exit):
2
   human:  4 = 2 + 2

      ai:  5 = 4 + 1

enter your choice (or type quit to exit):
3
   human:  8 = 5 + 3

      ai:  9 = 8 + 1

enter your choice (or type quit to exit):
1
   human:  10 = 9 + 1

      ai:  13 = 10 + 3

enter your choice (or type quit to exit):
2
   human:  15 = 13 + 2

      ai:  17 = 15 + 2

enter your choice (or type quit to exit):
1
   human:  18 = 17 + 1

      ai:  21 = 18 + 3

The winner is ai.


---- NEW GAME ----


The running total is currently zero.

The first move is human move.

enter your choice (or type quit to exit):
wow
invalid move
222
invalid move
enter your choice (or type quit to exit):
1
   human:  1 = 0 + 1

      ai:  2 = 1 + 1

enter your choice (or type quit to exit):
quit
goodbye

bash[edit]

shopt -s expand_aliases
alias bind_variables='
{
local -ri goal_count=21
local -ri player_human=0
local -ri player_computer=1
local -i turn=1
local -i total_count=0
local -i input_number=0
local -i choose_turn=0
}
'

whose_turn() {
case $(( ( turn + choose_turn ) % 2 )) in
${player_human}) echo "player";;
${player_computer}) echo "computer";;
esac
}
next_turn() {
let turn++
}
validate_number() {
! test ${input_number} -ge 1 -a ${input_number} -le $( max_guess )
}
prompt_number() {
local prompt_str
test $( max_guess ) -eq 1 && {
prompt_str="enter the number 1 to win"
true
} || {
prompt_str="enter a number between 1 and $( max_guess )"
}
while [ ! ]
do
read -p "${prompt_str} (or quit): "
input_number=${REPLY}
case ${REPLY} in
"quit") {
false
return
} ;;
esac
validate_number || break
echo "try again"
done
}
update_count() {
let total_count+=input_number
}
remaining_count() {
echo $(( goal_count - total_count ))
}
max_guess() {
local -i remaining_count
remaining_count=$( remaining_count )
case $( remaining_count ) in
1|2|3) echo ${remaining_count} ;;
*) echo 3 ;;
esac
}
iter() {
update_count
next_turn
}
on_game_over() {
test ! ${input_number} -eq $( remaining_count ) || {
test ! "$( whose_turn )" = "player" && {
echo -ne "\nYou won!\n\n"
true
} || {
echo -ne "\nThe computer won!\nGAME OVER\n\n"
}
false
}
}
on_game_start() {
echo 21 Game
read -p "Press enter key to start"
}
choose_turn() {
let choose_turn=${RANDOM}%2
}
choose_number() {
local -i remaining_count
remaining_count=$( remaining_count )
case ${remaining_count} in
1|2|3) {
input_number=${remaining_count}
} ;;
5|6|7) {
let input_number=remaining_count-4
} ;;
*) {
let input_number=${RANDOM}%$(( $( max_guess ) - 1 ))+1
}
esac
}
game_play() {
choose_turn
while [ ! ]
do
echo "Total now ${total_count} (remaining: $( remaining_count ))"
echo -ne "Turn: ${turn} ("
test ! "$( whose_turn )" = "player" && {
echo -n "Your"
true
} || {
echo -n "Computer"
}
echo " turn)"
test ! "$( whose_turn )" = "player" && {
prompt_number || break
true
} || {
choose_number
sleep 2
echo "Computer chose ${input_number}"
}
on_game_over || break
sleep 1
iter
done
}
21_Game() {
bind_variables
on_game_start
game_play
}
if [ ${#} -eq 0 ]
then
true
else
exit 1
fi
21_Game
 

C[edit]

/**
* Game 21 - an example in C language for Rosseta Code.
*
* A simple game program whose rules are described below
* - see DESCRIPTION string.
*
* This program should be compatible with C89 and up.
*/

 
 
/*
* Turn off MS Visual Studio panic warnings which disable to use old gold
* library functions like printf, scanf etc. This definition should be harmless
* for non-MS compilers.
*/

#define _CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS
 
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <time.h>
 
/*
* Define bool, true and false as needed. The stdbool.h is a standard header
* in C99, therefore for older compilers we need DIY booleans. BTW, there is
* no __STDC__VERSION__ predefined macro in MS Visual C, therefore we need
* check also _MSC_VER.
*/

#if __STDC_VERSION__ >= 199901L || _MSC_VER >= 1800
#include <stdbool.h>
#else
#define bool int
#define true 1
#define false 0
#endif
 
#define GOAL 21
#define NUMBER_OF_PLAYERS 2
#define MIN_MOVE 1
#define MAX_MOVE 3
#define BUFFER_SIZE 256
 
#define _(STRING) STRING
 
 
/*
* Spaces are meaningful: on some systems they can be visible.
*/

static char DESCRIPTION[] =
"21 Game \n"
" \n"
"21 is a two player game, the game is played by choosing a number \n"
"(1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total. The game is won by\n"
"the player whose chosen number causes the running total to reach \n"
"exactly 21. The running total starts at zero. \n\n";
 
static int total;
 
 
void update(char* player, int move)
{
printf("%8s:  %d = %d + %d\n\n", player, total + move, total, move);
total += move;
if (total == GOAL)
printf(_("The winner is %s.\n\n"), player);
}
 
 
int ai()
{
/*
* There is a winning strategy for the first player. The second player can win
* then and only then the frist player does not use the winning strategy.
*
* The winning strategy may be defined as best move for the given running total.
* The running total is a number from 0 to GOAL. Therefore, for given GOAL, best
* moves may be precomputed (and stored in a lookup table). Actually (when legal
* moves are 1 or 2 or 3) the table may be truncated to four first elements.
*/

#if GOAL < 32 && MIN_MOVE == 1 && MAX_MOVE == 3
static const int precomputed[] = { 1, 1, 3, 2, 1, 1, 3, 2, 1, 1, 3, 2, 1, 1,
3, 2, 1, 1, 3, 2, 1, 1, 3, 2, 1, 1, 3, 2, 1, 1, 3 };
update(_("ai"), precomputed[total]);
#elif MIN_MOVE == 1 && MAX_MOVE == 3
static const int precomputed[] = { 1, 1, 3, 2};
update(_("ai"), precomputed[total % (MAX_MOVE + 1)]);
#else
int i;
int move = 1;
for (i = MIN_MOVE; i <= MAX_MOVE; i++)
if ((total + i - 1) % (MAX_MOVE + 1) == 0)
move = i;
for (i = MIN_MOVE; i <= MAX_MOVE; i++)
if (total + i == GOAL)
move = i;
update(_("ai"), move);
#endif
}
 
 
void human(void)
{
char buffer[BUFFER_SIZE];
int move;
 
while ( printf(_("enter your move to play (or enter 0 to exit game): ")),
fgets(buffer, BUFFER_SIZE, stdin),
sscanf(buffer, "%d", &move) != 1 ||
(move && (move < MIN_MOVE || move > MAX_MOVE || total+move > GOAL)))
puts(_("\nYour answer is not a valid choice.\n"));
putchar('\n');
if (!move) exit(EXIT_SUCCESS);
update(_("human"), move);
}
 
 
int main(int argc, char* argv[])
{
srand(time(NULL));
puts(_(DESCRIPTION));
while (true)
{
puts(_("\n---- NEW GAME ----\n"));
puts(_("\nThe running total is currently zero.\n"));
total = 0;
 
if (rand() % NUMBER_OF_PLAYERS)
{
puts(_("The first move is AI move.\n"));
ai();
}
else
puts(_("The first move is human move.\n"));
 
while (total < GOAL)
{
human();
ai();
}
}
}
Output:
21 Game

21 is a two player game, the game is played by choosing a number
(1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total. The game is won by
the player whose chosen number causes the running total to reach
exactly 21. The running total starts at zero.



---- NEW GAME ----


The running total is currently zero.

The first move is AI move.

      AI:  1 = 0 + 1

enter your move to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 1

   human:  2 = 1 + 1

      AI:  5 = 2 + 3

enter your move to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 3

   human:  6 = 5 + 1

      AI:  9 = 6 + 3

enter your move to play (or enter 0 to exit game): asd ?

Your answer is not a valid choice.

enter your move to play (or enter 0 to exit game): -1

Your answer is not a valid choice.

enter your move to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 4

Your answer is not a valid choice.

enter your move to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 2

   human:  10 = 9 + 1

      AI:  13 = 10 + 3

enter your move to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 3

   human:  14 = 13 + 1

      AI:  17 = 14 + 3

enter your move to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 2

   human:  18 = 17 + 1

      AI:  21 = 18 + 3

The winner is AI.


---- NEW GAME ----


The running total is currently zero.

The first move is AI move.

      AI:  1 = 0 + 1

enter your move to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 1

   human:  2 = 1 + 1

      AI:  5 = 2 + 3

enter your move to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 2

   human:  6 = 5 + 1

      AI:  9 = 6 + 3

enter your move to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 3

   human:  10 = 9 + 1

      AI:  13 = 10 + 3

enter your move to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 0

C++[edit]

Model View Controller[edit]

/**
* Game 21 - an example in C++ language for Rosseta Code.
*
* This version is an example of MVC architecture. It seems be a little cleaner
* than MVP. The friendship has broken encapsulations to avoid getters.
*/

 
#include <cstdlib>
#include <ctime>
#include <iostream>
#include <iomanip>
#include <limits>
 
using namespace std;
#define _(STR) STR
 
 
class Model
{
public:
static const int GOAL = 21;
static const int NUMBER_OF_PLAYERS = 2;
static const int MIN_MOVE = 1;
static const int MAX_MOVE = 3;
int bestMove();
bool update(const char* player, int move);
bool isGameBegin();
bool isGameOver();
protected:
friend class View;
View* view = nullptr;
const char* player = nullptr;
int oldTotal = 0;
int newTotal = 0;
int lastMove = 0;
};
 
 
class View
{
protected:
Model* model;
public:
View(Model* model);
void init(const char* player);
void update();
};
 
 
class Controller
{
protected:
Model* model;
View* view;
public:
Controller(Model* model, View* view);
int input();
void clear();
void run();
};
 
 
int Model::bestMove()
{
// This is not the fastest algorithm. There is possible to precompute
// and memorize all answers before game begin or even hard code them.
 
int move = MIN_MOVE;
for (int i = MIN_MOVE; i <= MAX_MOVE; i++)
if ((newTotal + i - 1) % (MAX_MOVE + 1) == 0)
move = i;
for (int i = MIN_MOVE; i <= MAX_MOVE; i++)
if (newTotal + i == GOAL)
move = i;
return move;
}
 
bool Model::update(const char* player, int move)
{
if (move >= MIN_MOVE && move <= MAX_MOVE && newTotal + move <= GOAL)
{
this->player = player;
oldTotal = newTotal;
newTotal = oldTotal + move;
lastMove = move;
view->update();
return true;
}
else
return false;
}
 
bool Model::isGameBegin()
{
return oldTotal == 0;
}
 
bool Model::isGameOver()
{
return newTotal == GOAL;
}
 
 
View::View(Model* model)
{
this->model = model;
model->view = this;
}
 
void View::init(const char* player)
{
if (model->newTotal == 0)
cout << _("----NEW GAME----\n\n")
<< _("The running total is currently zero.\n")
<< _("The first move is ") << player << _(" move.\n\n");
}
 
void View::update()
{
cout << setw(8) << model->player << ": " << model->newTotal << " = "
<< model->oldTotal << " + " << model->lastMove << endl << endl;
if (model->isGameOver())
cout << endl << _("The winner is ") << model->player << _(".\n\n\n");
}
 
 
Controller::Controller(Model* model, View* view)
{
this->model = model;
this->view = view;
}
 
void Controller::run()
{
if (rand() % Model::NUMBER_OF_PLAYERS == 0)
{
view->init("AI");
model->update("AI", model->bestMove());
}
else
view->init("human");
 
while (!model->isGameOver())
{
while (!model->update("human", input()))
clear();
model->update("AI", model->bestMove());
}
}
 
int Controller::input()
{
int value;
cout << _("enter a valid number to play (or enter 0 to exit game): ");
cin >> value;
cout << endl;
if (!cin.fail())
{
if (value == 0)
exit(EXIT_SUCCESS);
else
return value;
}
else
return model->MIN_MOVE - 1;
}
 
void Controller::clear()
{
cout << _("Your answer is not a valid choice.") << endl;
cin.clear();
cin.ignore((streamsize)numeric_limits<int>::max, '\n');
}
 
 
int main(int argc, char* argv)
{
srand(time(NULL));
 
cout << _(
"21 Game \n"
" \n"
"21 is a two player game, the game is played by choosing a number \n"
"(1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total. The game is won by\n"
"the player whose chosen number causes the running total to reach \n"
"exactly 21. The running total starts at zero. \n\n");
 
while (true)
{
Model* model = new Model();
View* view = new View(model);
Controller* controler = new Controller(model, view);
 
controler->run();
 
delete controler;
delete model;
delete view;
}
return EXIT_SUCCESS; // dead code
}

Model View Presenter[edit]

/**
* Game 21 - an example in C++ language for Rosseta Code.
*
* This version is an example of MVP architecture. The user input, as well as
* the AI opponent, is handled by separate passive subclasses of abstract class
* named Controller. It can be noticed that the architecture support OCP,
* for an example the AI module can be "easily" replaced by another AI etc.
*
* BTW, it would be better to place each class in its own file. But it would
* be less convinient for Rosseta Code, where "one solution" mean "one file".
*/

 
#include <cstdlib>
#include <ctime>
#include <iostream>
#include <iomanip>
#include <limits>
 
 
using namespace std;
 
#define _(STR) STR
 
 
class Model
{
protected:
 
int oldTotal;
int newTotal;
int lastMove;
 
public:
 
static const int GOAL = 21;
static const int NUMBER_OF_PLAYERS = 2;
 
Model()
{
newTotal = 0;
oldTotal = 0;
lastMove = 0;
}
 
void update(int move)
{
oldTotal = newTotal;
newTotal = oldTotal + move;
lastMove = move;
}
 
int getOldTotal()
{
return oldTotal;
}
 
int getNewTotal()
{
return newTotal;
}
 
int getLastMove()
{
return lastMove;
}
 
bool isEndGame()
{
return newTotal == GOAL;
}
};
 
 
class View
{
public:
 
void update(string comment, Model* model)
{
cout << setw(8) << comment << ": "
<< model->getNewTotal()
<< " = "
<< model->getOldTotal()
<< " + "
<< model->getLastMove() << endl
<< endl;
}
 
void newGame(string player)
{
cout << _("----NEW GAME----") << endl
<< endl
<< _("The running total is currently zero.") << endl
<< endl
<< _("The first move is ") << player << _(" move.") << endl
<< endl;
}
 
void endGame(string name)
{
cout << endl << _("The winner is ") << name << _(".") << endl
<< endl
<< endl;
}
};
 
 
class Controller
{
public:
 
virtual string getName() = 0;
virtual int getMove(Model* model) = 0;
};
 
 
class AI : public Controller
{
public:
 
string getName()
{
return _("AI");
}
 
int getMove(Model* model)
{
int n = model->getNewTotal();
for (int i = 1; i <= 3; i++)
if (n + i == Model::GOAL)
return i;
for (int i = 1; i <= 3; i++)
if ((n + i - 1) % 4 == 0)
return i;
return 1 + rand() % 3;
}
};
 
 
class Human : public Controller
{
public:
 
string getName()
{
return _("human");
}
 
int getMove(Model* model)
{
int n = model->getNewTotal();
int value;
while (true) {
if (n == Model::GOAL - 1)
cout << _("enter 1 to play (or enter 0 to exit game): ");
else if (n == Model::GOAL - 2)
cout << _("enter 1 or 2 to play (or enter 0 to exit game): ");
else
cout << _("enter 1 or 2 or 3 to play (or enter 0 to exit game): ");
cin >> value;
if (!cin.fail()) {
if (value == 0)
exit(0);
else if (value >= 1 && value <= 3 && n + value <= Model::GOAL)
{
cout << endl;
return value;
}
}
cout << _("Your answer is not a valid choice.") << endl;
cin.clear();
cin.ignore((streamsize)numeric_limits<int>::max, '\n');
}
}
};
 
 
class Presenter
{
protected:
 
Model* model;
View* view;
Controller** controllers;
 
public:
 
Presenter(Model* model, View* view, Controller** controllers)
{
this->model = model;
this->view = view;
this->controllers = controllers;
}
 
void run()
{
int player = rand() % Model::NUMBER_OF_PLAYERS;
view->newGame(controllers[player]->getName());
 
while (true)
{
Controller* controller = controllers[player];
model->update(controller->getMove(model));
view->update(controller->getName(), model);
if (model->isEndGame())
{
view->endGame(controllers[player]->getName());
break;
}
player = (player + 1) % Model::NUMBER_OF_PLAYERS;
}
}
};
 
 
int main(int argc, char* argv)
{
srand(time(NULL));
 
while (true)
{
Model* model = new Model();
View* view = new View();
Controller* controllers[Model::NUMBER_OF_PLAYERS];
controllers[0] = new Human();
for (int i = 1; i < Model::NUMBER_OF_PLAYERS; i++)
controllers[i] = new AI();
Presenter* presenter = new Presenter(model, view, controllers);
 
presenter->run();
 
delete model;
delete view;
delete controllers[0];
delete controllers[1];
delete presenter;
}
return EXIT_SUCCESS; // dead code
}
 
Output:
----NEW GAME----

The running total is currently zero.

The first move is human move.

enter 1 or 2 or 3 to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 1

   human: 1 = 0 + 1

      AI: 4 = 1 + 3

enter 1 or 2 or 3 to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 2

   human: 6 = 4 + 2

      AI: 9 = 6 + 3

enter 1 or 2 or 3 to play (or enter 0 to exit game): nope
Your answer is not a valid choice.
enter 1 or 2 or 3 to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 8
Your answer is not a valid choice.
enter 1 or 2 or 3 to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 3

   human: 12 = 9 + 3

      AI: 13 = 12 + 1

enter 1 or 2 or 3 to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 2

   human: 15 = 13 + 2

      AI: 17 = 15 + 2

enter 1 or 2 or 3 to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 3

   human: 20 = 17 + 3

      AI: 21 = 20 + 1


The winner is AI.


----NEW GAME----

The running total is currently zero.

The first move is human move.

enter 1 or 2 or 3 to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 1

   human: 1 = 0 + 1

      AI: 4 = 1 + 3

enter 1 or 2 or 3 to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 2

   human: 6 = 4 + 2

      AI: 9 = 6 + 3

enter 1 or 2 or 3 to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 3

   human: 12 = 9 + 3

      AI: 13 = 12 + 1

enter 1 or 2 or 3 to play (or enter 0 to exit game): 0

C#[edit]

// 21 Game 
 
using System;
 
namespace _21Game
{
public class Program
{
private const string computerPlayer = "Computer";
private const string humanPlayer = "Player 1";
 
public static string SwapPlayer(string currentPlayer)
{
if (currentPlayer == computerPlayer)
{
currentPlayer = humanPlayer;
}
else
{
currentPlayer = computerPlayer;
}
 
return currentPlayer;
}
 
public static void PlayGame()
{
bool playAnother = true;
int total = 0;
int final = 21;
int roundChoice = 0;
string currentPlayer = RandomPLayerSelect();
int compWins = 0;
int humanWins = 0;
 
while (playAnother)
{
Console.WriteLine($"Now playing: {currentPlayer}");
try
{
if (currentPlayer == computerPlayer)
{
roundChoice = CompMove(total);
}
else
{
roundChoice = int.Parse(Console.ReadLine());
}
 
 
if (roundChoice != 1 && roundChoice != 2 && roundChoice != 3)
{
throw new Exception();
}
 
total += roundChoice;
}
catch (Exception)
{
Console.WriteLine("Invalid choice! Choose from numbers: 1, 2, 3.");
continue;
}
 
Console.WriteLine(total);
 
if (total == final)
{
if (currentPlayer == computerPlayer)
{
compWins++;
}
if (currentPlayer == humanPlayer)
{
humanWins++;
}
Console.WriteLine($"Winner: {currentPlayer}");
Console.WriteLine($"Comp wins: {compWins}. Human wins: {humanWins}");
Console.WriteLine($"do you wan to play another round? y/n");
var choice = Console.ReadLine();
if (choice == "y")
{
total = 0;
}
else if (choice == "n")
{
break;
}
else
{
Console.WriteLine("Invalid choice! Choose from y or n");
continue;
}
}
 
else if (total > 21)
{
Console.WriteLine("Not the right time to play this game :)");
break;
}
 
currentPlayer = SwapPlayer(currentPlayer);
}
}
 
public static bool CheckIfCanWin(int total)
{
bool result = false;
if (total == 18)
{
result = true;
}
return result;
}
 
public static int CompMove(int total)
{
int choice = 0;
 
if (CheckIfCanWin(total))
{
choice = 21 - total;
}
else
{
choice = new Random().Next(1,4);
}
 
return choice;
}
 
public static string RandomPLayerSelect()
{
string[] players = new string[] { computerPlayer, humanPlayer };
var random = new Random().Next(0,2);
return players[random];
}
 
public static void Main(string[] args)
{
// welcome message and rules
Console.WriteLine("Welcome to 21 game \n");
Console.WriteLine(@"21 is a two player game.
The game is played by choosing a number.
1, 2, or 3 to be added a total sum. \n
The game is won by the player reaches exactly 21. \n"
);
Console.WriteLine("Choose your number: (1, 2 or 3)");
 
PlayGame();
}
}
}
 
 
 

Commodore BASIC[edit]

Written for BASIC v2 on the Commodore 64, this should be mostly compatible with all Commodore machines running any version of BASIC v2 and above. This implementation allows for one or both players to be either human or computer players. Also note that the computer player's "Thinking..." routine is a purely random delay meant to allow any human user time to process the flow of the game.

1 rem 21 game
2 rem for rosetta code
 
3 rem initialization
4 l$=chr$(157):rem left cursor
5 dim p$(2),hc(2),ca(4):hc(1)=0:hc(2)=0:rem players
6 ca(0)=1:ca(1)=1:ca(2)=3:ca(3)=2:rem computer answers
7 dim cn$(6):for i=1 to 6:read cn$(i):next:rem computer names
8 def fn m(x)=(x-(int(x/4))*4):rem modulo function
 
10 rem optionally set screen colors here
20 print chr$(147);chr$(14):print spc(16);"21 GAME"
25 print:print " The goal of this game is to take turns"
26 print " adding the value of either 1, 2, or 3"
27 print " to a running total. The first player"
28 print " to bring the total to 21..."
29 print:print spc(10);"... WINS THE GAME!"
30 print:gosub 1000
35 print chr$(147):for p=1 to 2
 
40 rem game setup and get players
42 for p=1 to 2
44 print:print "Player";p;l$;", [H]uman or [C]omputer? ";
45 get k$:if k$<>"c" and k$<>"h" then 45
46 print k$:hc(p)=(k$="c")
50 print:print"Player";p;l$",":print"Enter your name";:if hc(p)then goto54
52 input p$(p):next p:goto 60
54 gosub 1500:print "? ";p$(p):next p
60 print:for p=1 to 2:print p;l$;". ";p$(p):next
65 print:print "Is this correct (y/n)? ";
70 get k$:if k$<>"y" and k$<>"n" then 70
75 print k$:if k$="n" then goto 35
80 print:print "Who will play first (1 or 2)? ";
85 get k$:if k$<"1" or k$>"2" then 85
90 fp=asc(k$)-48:print k$:print
95 print "Okay, ";p$(fp);" will play first.":print:gosub 1000
 
100 rem start main game loop
105 pi=fp:rt=0
110 print chr$(147);"Total so far:";rt
115 print:print p$(pi);"'s turn."
120 if hc(pi) then gosub 1200
125 if not hc(pi) then gosub 1100
130 rt=rt+ad
135 if rt=21 then goto 200
140 if rt>21 then print:print p$(pi);" loses by going over 21!!":goto 210
145 pi=pi+1:if pi>2 then pi=1
150 goto 110
 
200 rem winner winner chicken dinner
205 print:print "21! ";p$(pi);" wins the game!!!"
210 print:print "Would you like to play again? ";
215 get k$:if k$<>"n" and k$<>"y" then 215
220 print k$
225 if k$="n" then print:print "Okay, maybe another time. Bye!":end
230 goto 10
 
1000 rem pause for keypress
1010 z$=" Press a key to continue. "
1015 print spc(20-int(len(z$)/2));
1016 print chr$(18);z$;chr$(146)
1020 get k$:if k$="" then 1020
1025 return
 
1100 rem human player move
1105 print:print "How much to add,"
1110 print "1, 2, or 3 (0 to quit)";:input ad
1115 if ad<0 or ad>3 then print:print"Illegal amount. Try again.":goto1105
1120 if ad=0 then print:print "Game was ended by ";p$(pi);".":end
1125 return
 
1200 rem computer player move
1205 print:print "Thinking...";
1210 tt=int(rnd(1)*10)
1215 for t=1 to tt:print ".";:for i=1 to 250:next i,t:print
1220 rm=fn m(rt)
1225 ad=ca(rm)
1230 print:print p$(pi);" adds";ca(rm);l$;"."
1235 for t=1 to 1000:next t
1240 return
 
1500 rem pick a computer name
1505 pn=int(rnd(1)*6)+1:t$=cn$(pn)
1510 if t$=p$(p-1) then goto 1505
1515 p$(p)=t$
1520 return
 
2000 rem some computer names to pick from
2010 data "Commodore 64","VIC-20","Commodore 128","PET"
2020 data "Plus/4","Commodore 16"
Output:
                21 GAME                 
                                        
 The goal of this game is to take turns 
 adding the value of either 1, 2, or 3  
 to a running total. The first player   
 to bring the total to 21...            
                                        
          ... WINS THE GAME!            
                                        
        Press a key to continue.        


Player 1, [H]uman or [C]omputer? h      
                                        
Player 1,                               
Enter your name? Mike                   
                                        
Player 2, [H]uman or [C]omputer? c      
                                        
Player 2,                               
Enter your name? Commodore 64           
                                        
 1. Mike                                
 2. Commodore 64                        
                                        
Is this correct (y/n)? y                
                                        
Who will play first (1 or 2)? 1         
                                        
Okay, Mike will play first.             
                                        
        Press a key to continue.        


Total so far: 0

Mike's turn.                            
                                        
How much to add,                        
1, 2, or 3 (0 to quit)? 1               

Total so far: 1                         
                                        
Commodore 64's turn.                    
                                        
Thinking..........                      
                                        
Commodore 64 adds 1.       

Total so far: 2

Mike's turn.                            
                                        
How much to add,                        
1, 2, or 3 (0 to quit)? 3               

Total so far: 5                         
                                        
Commodore 64's turn.                    
                                        
Thinking..........                      
                                        
Commodore 64 adds 1.       



...[LATER IN THE GAME]...

Total so far: 17                        
                                        
Commodore 64's turn.                    
                                        
Thinking.........                       
                                        
Commodore 64 adds 1.

Total so far: 18

Mike's turn.                            
                                        
How much to add,                        
1, 2, or 3 (0 to quit)? 3 

21! Mike wins the game!!!               
                                        
Would you like to play again? n         
                                        
Okay, maybe another time. Bye!          
                                        
ready.                                  
█

Delphi[edit]

See Pascal[1]

EasyLang[edit]

The computer plays optimally

print "Who reaches 21, wins"
print "Do you want to begin (y/n)"
if input = "n"
who = 1
.
who$[] = [ "Human" "Computer" ]
repeat
if who = 0
repeat
print ""
print "Choose 1,2 or 3 (q for quit)"
a$ = input
n = number a$
until a$ = "q" or (n >= 1 and n <= 3)
.
else
sleep 1
if sum mod 4 = 1
n = random 3 + 1
else
n = 4 - (sum + 3) mod 4
.
.
sum += n
print who$[who] & ": " & n & " --> " & sum
until sum >= 21 or a$ = "q"
who = (who + 1) mod 2
.
if a$ <> "q"
print ""
if who = 0
print "Congratulation, you won"
else
print "Sorry, you lost"
.
.

Factor[edit]

A difficulty system has been implemented. The player chooses a difficulty from 1-10. There is a difficulty in 10 chance that the computer opponent gets to move first. There is a difficulty in 10 chance each turn that the computer opponent will make the optimal move (i.e. setting the total to a number of the form 4n+1) as opposed to a random move. At difficulty level 10, it is impossible for the human player to win the game.

Works with: Factor version 0.99 2020-07-03
USING: accessors combinators.random continuations formatting io
kernel math math.functions math.parser multiline qw random
sequences ;
IN: rosetta-code.21-game
 
STRING: welcome
21 is a two-player game. The game is played by choosing a number
(1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total.
 
The game is won by the player whose chosen number causes the
running total to reach 21.
 
One player will be the computer. Players alternate supplying a
number to be added to the running total.
;
 
: .welcome ( -- ) welcome print ;
 
SYMBOLS: +computer+ +human+ ;
 
TUPLE: game total difficulty who ;
 
! Instead of saying something dry like 'invalid input,' spice
! it up a little.
: insult ( -- )
{
"No." "Er..." "Learn to read." "I think not."
"Come on, is it really this difficult?"
} random print ;
 
: get-input ( options-seq prompt-str -- str )
dup "%s: " printf flush readln dup reach member?
[ 2nip ] [ drop insult get-input ] if ;
 
: get-integer ( options-seq prompt-str -- n )
get-input string>number ;
 
: get-difficulty ( -- x )
qw{ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 }
"Difficulty (1-10)" get-integer 10 / ;
 
: human-move ( game -- n )
drop qw{ q 1 2 3 } "Your move (1-3) or q to quit" get-input
dup "q" = [ drop return ] when string>number ;
 
: choose-first-player ( difficulty -- player )
[ +computer+ ] [ +human+ ] ifp ;
 
: <game> ( -- game )
0 get-difficulty dup choose-first-player game boa ;
 
: swap-player ( game -- )
[ +human+ = +computer+ +human+ ? ] change-who drop ;
 
: .total ( game -- ) total>> "Running total: %d\n" printf ;
 
: random-move ( game -- n ) drop 3 random 1 + ;
 
: boundary? ( n -- ? ) 1 - 4 divisor? ;
 
: (optimal-move) ( m -- n ) dup 4 / ceiling 4 * 1 + swap - ;
 
: optimal-move ( game -- n )
total>> dup boundary? [ random-move ] [ (optimal-move) ] if ;
 
: computer-move ( game -- n )
dup difficulty>> [ optimal-move ] [ random-move ] ifp
dup "Computer chose %d.\n" printf ;
 
: do-turn ( game -- )
dup dup who>> +human+ = [ human-move ] [ computer-move ] if
[ + ] curry change-total dup .total swap-player ;
 
: do-turns ( game -- )
[ dup total>> 20 > ] [ dup do-turn ] until
dup swap-player who>> "%u wins!\n" printf ;
 
: play-21-game ( -- )
.welcome nl [ <game> do-turns ] with-return ;
 
MAIN: play-21-game
Output:
21 is a two-player game. The game is played by choosing a number
(1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total.

The game is won by the player whose chosen number causes the
running total to reach 21.

One player will be the computer. Players alternate supplying a
number to be added to the running total.

Difficulty (1-10): 3
Your move (1-3) or q to quit: 3
Running total: 3
Computer chose 2.
Running total: 5
Your move (1-3) or q to quit: 2
Running total: 7
Computer chose 2.
Running total: 9
Your move (1-3) or q to quit: 1
Running total: 10
Computer chose 3.
Running total: 13
Your move (1-3) or q to quit: apple
Er...
Your move (1-3) or q to quit: 3
Running total: 16
Computer chose 1.
Running total: 17
Your move (1-3) or q to quit: 1
Running total: 18
Computer chose 1.
Running total: 19
Your move (1-3) or q to quit: 2
Running total: 21
+human+ wins!

Fortran[edit]

! game 21 - an example in modern fortran language for rosseta code.
 
subroutine ai
common itotal, igoal
if (itotal .lt. igoal) then
move = 1
do i = 1, 3
if (mod(itotal + i - 1 , 4) .eq. 0) then
move = i
end if
end do
do i = 1, 3
if (itotal + i .eq. igoal) then
move = i
end if
end do
print *, " ai ", itotal + move, " = ", itotal, " + ", move
itotal = itotal + move
if (itotal .eq. igoal) then
print *, ""
print *, "the winner is ai"
print *, ""
end if
end if
end subroutine ai
 
subroutine human
common itotal, igoal
print *, ""
do while (.true.)
if (itotal + 1 .eq. igoal) then
print *, "enter 1 (or 0 to exit): "
else if (itotal + 2 .eq. igoal) then
print *, "enter 1 or 2 (or 0 to exit): "
else
print *, "enter 1 or 2 or 3 (or 0 to exit)"
end if
read(*,*) move
if (move .eq. 0) then
stop
else if (move .ge. 1 .and. move .le. 3 .and. move + itotal .le. igoal) then
print *, " human ", itotal + move, " = ", itotal, " + ", move
itotal = itotal + move
if (itotal .eq. igoal) then
print *, ""
print *, "the winner is human"
print *, ""
end if
return
else
print *, "a bad choice"
end if
end do
end subroutine human
 
program main
common itotal, igoal
print *,"game 21 - an example in fortran iv language for rosseta code."
print *,""
print *,"21 is a two player game, the game is played by choosing a number"
print *,"(1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total. the game is won"
print *,"by the player whose chosen number causes the running total to reach"
print *,"exactly 21. the running total starts at zero."
print *,""
i = irand(1)
igoal = 21
do while(.true.)
print *, "---- new game ----"
print *, ""
print *, "the running total is currently zero."
print *, ""
itotal = 0
if (mod(irand(0), 2) .eq. 0) then
print *, "the first move is ai move."
call ai
else
print *, "the first move is human move."
end if
print *, ""
do while(itotal .lt. igoal)
call human
call ai
end do
end do
end program main
Output:
game 21 - an example in fortran language for rosseta code.
 
 21 is a two player game, the game is played by choosing a number
 (1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total. the game is won
 by the player whose chosen number causes the running total to reach
 exactly 21. the running total starts at zero.
 
 ---- new game ----
 
 the running total is currently zero.
 
 the first move is human move.
 
 
 enter 1 or 2 or 3 (or 0 to exit)
1
    human             1  =            0  +            1
       ai             2  =            1  +            1
 
 enter 1 or 2 or 3 (or 0 to exit)
3
    human             5  =            2  +            3
       ai             6  =            5  +            1
 
 enter 1 or 2 or 3 (or 0 to exit)
4
 a bad choice
 enter 1 or 2 or 3 (or 0 to exit)
3
    human             9  =            6  +            3
       ai            10  =            9  +            1
 
 enter 1 or 2 or 3 (or 0 to exit)
2
    human            12  =           10  +            2
       ai            13  =           12  +            1
 
 enter 1 or 2 or 3 (or 0 to exit)
3
    human            16  =           13  +            3
       ai            17  =           16  +            1
 
 enter 1 or 2 or 3 (or 0 to exit)
2
    human            19  =           17  +            2
       ai            21  =           19  +            2

 the winner is ai
 
 ---- new game ----
 
 the running total is currently zero.
 
 the first move is human move.
 
 
 enter 1 or 2 or 3 (or 0 to exit)
0

FreeBASIC[edit]

#define PLAYER 1
#define COMP 0
randomize timer
 
dim as uinteger sum, add = 0
dim as uinteger turn = int(rnd+0.5)
dim as uinteger precomp(0 to 3) = { 1, 1, 3, 2 }
 
while sum < 21:
turn = 1 - turn
print using "The sum is ##"; sum
if turn = PLAYER then
print "It is your turn."
while add < 1 orelse add > 3 orelse add+sum > 21
input "How many would you like to add? ", add
wend
else
print "It is the computer's turn."
add = precomp(sum mod 4)
print using "The computer adds #."; add
end if
print
sum = sum + add
add = 0
wend
 
if turn = PLAYER then
print "Congratulations. You win."
else
print "Bad luck. The computer wins."
end if

Gambas[edit]

 
' Gambas module file
 
Private gameConunt As Integer = 0
Private numRound As Integer = 1
Private winPlayer As Integer = 0
Private winComputer As Integer = 0
 
 
Public Sub Main()
 
Dim entra As String
 
Print "Enter q to quit at any time\nThe computer will choose first"
 
While gameConunt < 21
Print "ROUND: " & numRound & "\n"
gameConunt += selectCount(gameConunt)
Print Subst("Running total is now &1 \n ", gameConunt)
If gameConunt = 21 Then
Inc winComputer
Print "The computer has won !\n"
endGame()
Endif
gameConunt += humanCount(gameConunt)
Print Subst("Running total is now &1", gameConunt)
If gameConunt = 21 Then
Inc winPlayer
Print "Congratulations! You've won!\n"
endGame()
Endif
Inc numRound
Wend
 
End
 
Private Function selectCount(cou As Integer) As Integer
 
Dim a As Integer
 
Randomize
 
If cou < 18 Then
a = Int(Rnd(1, 4))
Else
a = 21 - cou
Endif
 
Print "The computer choose " & a
 
Return a
 
End
 
Private Function humanCount(cou As Integer) As Integer
 
Dim entra As String
Dim a As Integer
 
While True
Print "Your choice 1 to 3"
Input entra
If entra = "q" Then
Print "Good Bye!"
Quit
Endif
Try a = CInt(entra)
If Error Then
Print "Invalid entry, try again"
Continue
Endif
If a < 1 Or a > 3 Then
Print "Out of range, try again"
Continue
Endif
If a + cou > 21 Then
Print "The sum is greater than 21, try again"
Continue
Endif
Return a
Wend
 
End
 
 
Private Sub endGame()
 
Dim entra As String
 
Print Subst("Computer wins &1 games, human wins &2 games", winComputer, winPlayer)
Print "\nPlay again? (y/n)"
Input entra
If entra = "y" Or entra = "Y" Then
numRound = 1
gameConunt = 0
Print "Enter q to quit at any time\nThe computer will choose first"
Else
Print "Good Bye!"
Quit
Endif
 
End
Enter q to quit at any time
The computer will choose first
ROUND: 1

The computer choose 2
Running total is now 2 
 
Your choice 1 to 3
4
Out of range, try again
Your choice 1 to 3
0
Out of range, try again
Your choice 1 to 3
g
Invalid entry, try again
Your choice 1 to 3
1
Running total is now 3
ROUND: 2

The computer choose 2
Running total is now 5 
 
Your choice 1 to 3
3
Running total is now 8
ROUND: 3

The computer choose 2
Running total is now 10 
 
Your choice 1 to 3
3
Running total is now 13
ROUND: 4

The computer choose 2
Running total is now 15 
 
Your choice 1 to 3
3
Running total is now 18
ROUND: 5

The computer choose 3
Running total is now 21 
 
The computer has won !

computer wins 1 games, human wins 0 games

Play again? (y/n)

Good Bye!

Go[edit]

To give the human player a reasonable chance whoever goes first, the computer always chooses randomly when the running total is below 18 but otherwise chooses the exact number needed to win the game.

package main
 
import (
"bufio"
"fmt"
"log"
"math/rand"
"os"
"strconv"
"time"
)
 
var scanner = bufio.NewScanner(os.Stdin)
 
var (
total = 0
quit = false
)
 
func itob(i int) bool {
if i == 0 {
return false
}
return true
}
 
func getChoice() {
for {
fmt.Print("Your choice 1 to 3 : ")
scanner.Scan()
if scerr := scanner.Err(); scerr != nil {
log.Fatalln(scerr, "when choosing number")
}
text := scanner.Text()
if text == "q" || text == "Q" {
quit = true
return
}
input, err := strconv.Atoi(text)
if err != nil {
fmt.Println("Invalid number, try again")
continue
}
newTotal := total + input
switch {
case input < 1 || input > 3:
fmt.Println("Out of range, try again")
case newTotal > 21:
fmt.Println("Too big, try again")
default:
total = newTotal
fmt.Println("Running total is now", total)
return
}
}
}
 
func main() {
rand.Seed(time.Now().UnixNano())
computer := itob(rand.Intn(2))
fmt.Println("Enter q to quit at any time\n")
if computer {
fmt.Println("The computer will choose first")
} else {
fmt.Println("You will choose first")
}
fmt.Println("\nRunning total is now 0\n")
var choice int
for round := 1; ; round++ {
fmt.Printf("ROUND %d:\n\n", round)
for i := 0; i < 2; i++ {
if computer {
if total < 18 {
choice = 1 + rand.Intn(3)
} else {
choice = 21 - total
}
total += choice
fmt.Println("The computer chooses", choice)
fmt.Println("Running total is now", total)
if total == 21 {
fmt.Println("\nSo, commiserations, the computer has won!")
return
}
} else {
getChoice()
if quit {
fmt.Println("OK, quitting the game")
return
}
if total == 21 {
fmt.Println("\nSo, congratulations, you've won!")
return
}
}
fmt.Println()
computer = !computer
}
}
}
Output:

A sample game where the human player manages to win even though the computer (chosen randomly) goes first.

Enter q to quit at any time

The computer will choose first

Running total is now 0

ROUND 1:

The computer chooses 1
Running total is now 1

Your choice 1 to 3 : 3
Running total is now 4

ROUND 2:

The computer chooses 2
Running total is now 6

Your choice 1 to 3 : 4
Out of range, try again
Your choice 1 to 3 : 3
Running total is now 9

ROUND 3:

The computer chooses 2
Running total is now 11

Your choice 1 to 3 : 2
Running total is now 13

ROUND 4:

The computer chooses 2
Running total is now 15

Your choice 1 to 3 : 2
Running total is now 17

ROUND 5:

The computer chooses 1
Running total is now 18

Your choice 1 to 3 : 3
Running total is now 21

So, congratulations, you've won!

A sample game where the human player plays sensibly but still loses when the computer goes first.

Enter q to quit at any time

The computer will choose first

Running total is now 0

ROUND 1:

The computer chooses 3
Running total is now 3

Your choice 1 to 3 : 3
Running total is now 6

ROUND 2:

The computer chooses 3
Running total is now 9

Your choice 1 to 3 : 3
Running total is now 12

ROUND 3:

The computer chooses 1
Running total is now 13

Your choice 1 to 3 : 3
Running total is now 16

ROUND 4:

The computer chooses 1
Running total is now 17

Your choice 1 to 3 : 1
Running total is now 18

ROUND 5:

The computer chooses 3
Running total is now 21

So, commiserations, the computer has won!

Haskell[edit]

The computer chooses values randomly.

import System.Random
import System.IO
import System.Exit
import Control.Monad
import Text.Read
import Data.Maybe
 
promptAgain :: IO Int
promptAgain = do
putStrLn "Invalid input - must be a number among 1,2 or 3. Try again."
playerMove
 
playerMove :: IO Int
playerMove = do
putStr "Your choice(1 to 3):"
number <- getLine
when (number == "q") $ do
exitWith ExitSuccess
let n = readMaybe number :: Maybe Int
x <- if isNothing n
then promptAgain
else let val = read number
in if (val > 3 || val < 1)
then promptAgain
else return val
return x
 
computerMove :: IO Int
computerMove = do
x <- randomRIO (1, 3)
putStrLn $ "Computer move:" ++ (show x)
return x
 
gameLoop :: (IO Int, IO Int) -> IO Int
gameLoop moveorder = loop moveorder 0
where loop moveorder total = do
number <- fst moveorder
let total1 = number + total
putStrLn $ "Running total:" ++ (show total1)
if total1 >= 21
then return 0
else do
number <- snd moveorder
let total2 = number + total1
putStrLn $ "Running total:" ++ (show total2)
if total2 >= 21
then return 1
else loop moveorder total2
 
main :: IO ()
main = do
hSetBuffering stdout $ BlockBuffering $ Just 1
putStrLn "Enter q to quit at any time"
x <- randomRIO (0, 1) :: IO Int
let (moveorder, names) = if x == 0
then ((playerMove, computerMove), ("Player", "Computer"))
else ((computerMove, playerMove), ("Computer", "Player"))
when (x == 1) $ do
putStrLn "Computer will start the game"
y <- gameLoop moveorder
when (y == 0) $ do
putStrLn $ (fst names) ++ " has won the game"
when (y == 1) $ do
putStrLn $ (snd names) ++ " has won the game"

Java[edit]

Options for creating a game:

  1. Who goes first on the first game. Thereafter, the winner of the current game goes first on the next game.
  2. The value needed to win the game.
  3. Valid values allowed to select on each turn.


Sample output provided for options as follows:

  1. Computer goes first on the first game.
  2. Value needed to win game is 21.
  3. Valid values to select is 1, 2, or 3.


The computer strategy is to see if a valid value will win the game. If so, that value is selected. Otherwise, a random value among the valid values is selected.

 
import java.util.Random;
import java.util.Scanner;
 
public class TwentyOneGame {
 
public static void main(String[] args) {
new TwentyOneGame().run(true, 21, new int[] {1, 2, 3});
}
 
public void run(boolean computerPlay, int max, int[] valid) {
String comma = "";
for ( int i = 0 ; i < valid.length ; i++ ) {
comma += valid[i];
if ( i < valid.length - 2 && valid.length >= 3 ) {
comma += ", ";
}
if ( i == valid.length - 2 ) {
comma += " or ";
}
}
System.out.printf("The %d game.%nEach player chooses to add %s to a running total.%n" +
"The player whose turn it is when the total reaches %d will win the game.%n" +
"Winner of the game starts the next game. Enter q to quit.%n%n", max, comma, max);
int cGames = 0;
int hGames = 0;
boolean anotherGame = true;
try (Scanner scanner = new Scanner(System.in);) {
while ( anotherGame ) {
Random r = new Random();
int round = 0;
int total = 0;
System.out.printf("Start game %d%n", hGames + cGames + 1);
DONE:
while ( true ) {
round++;
System.out.printf("ROUND %d:%n%n", round);
for ( int play = 0 ; play < 2 ; play++ ) {
if ( computerPlay ) {
int guess = 0;
// try find one equal
for ( int test : valid ) {
if ( total + test == max ) {
guess = test;
break;
}
}
// try find one greater than
if ( guess == 0 ) {
for ( int test : valid ) {
if ( total + test >= max ) {
guess = test;
break;
}
}
}
if ( guess == 0 ) {
guess = valid[r.nextInt(valid.length)];
}
total += guess;
System.out.printf("The computer chooses %d%n", guess);
System.out.printf("Running total is now %d%n%n", total);
if ( total >= max ) {
break DONE;
}
}
else {
while ( true ) {
System.out.printf("Your choice among %s: ", comma);
String line = scanner.nextLine();
if ( line.matches("^[qQ].*") ) {
System.out.printf("Computer wins %d game%s, human wins %d game%s. One game incomplete.%nQuitting.%n", cGames, cGames == 1 ? "" : "s", hGames, hGames == 1 ? "" : "s");
return;
}
try {
int input = Integer.parseInt(line);
boolean inputOk = false;
for ( int test : valid ) {
if ( input == test ) {
inputOk = true;
break;
}
}
if ( inputOk ) {
total += input;
System.out.printf("Running total is now %d%n%n", total);
if ( total >= max ) {
break DONE;
}
break;
}
else {
System.out.printf("Invalid input - must be a number among %s. Try again.%n", comma);
}
}
catch (NumberFormatException e) {
System.out.printf("Invalid input - must be a number among %s. Try again.%n", comma);
}
}
}
computerPlay = !computerPlay;
}
}
String win;
if ( computerPlay ) {
win = "Computer wins!!";
cGames++;
}
else {
win = "You win and probably had help from another computer!!";
hGames++;
}
System.out.printf("%s%n", win);
System.out.printf("Computer wins %d game%s, human wins %d game%s%n%n", cGames, cGames == 1 ? "" : "s", hGames, hGames == 1 ? "" : "s");
while ( true ) {
System.out.printf("Another game (y/n)? ");
String line = scanner.nextLine();
if ( line.matches("^[yY]$") ) {
// OK
System.out.printf("%n");
break;
}
else if ( line.matches("^[nN]$") ) {
anotherGame = false;
System.out.printf("Quitting.%n");
break;
}
else {
System.out.printf("Invalid input - must be a y or n. Try again.%n");
}
}
}
}
}
 
}
 
Output:

A sample of 3 games.

The 21 game.
Each player chooses to add 1, 2 or 3 to a running total.
The player whose turn it is when the total reaches 21 will win the game.
Winner of the game starts the next game.  Enter q to quit.

Start game 1
ROUND 1:

The computer chooses 3
Running total is now 3

Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: 4
Invalid input - must be a number among 1, 2 or 3.  Try again.
Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: r
Invalid input - must be a number among 1, 2 or 3.  Try again.
Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: 1
Running total is now 4

ROUND 2:

The computer chooses 1
Running total is now 5

Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: 3
Running total is now 8

ROUND 3:

The computer chooses 1
Running total is now 9

Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: 3
Running total is now 12

ROUND 4:

The computer chooses 3
Running total is now 15

Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: 2
Running total is now 17

ROUND 5:

The computer chooses 3
Running total is now 20

Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: 1
Running total is now 21

You win and probably had help from another computer!!
Computer wins 0 games, human wins 1 game

Another game (y/n)? y

Start game 2
ROUND 1:

Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: 3
Running total is now 3

The computer chooses 1
Running total is now 4

ROUND 2:

Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: 3
Running total is now 7

The computer chooses 3
Running total is now 10

ROUND 3:

Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: 3
Running total is now 13

The computer chooses 2
Running total is now 15

ROUND 4:

Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: 2
Running total is now 17

The computer chooses 1
Running total is now 18

ROUND 5:

Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: 3
Running total is now 21

You win and probably had help from another computer!!
Computer wins 0 games, human wins 2 games

Another game (y/n)? y

Start game 3
ROUND 1:

Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: 3
Running total is now 3

The computer chooses 3
Running total is now 6

ROUND 2:

Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: 3
Running total is now 9

The computer chooses 2
Running total is now 11

ROUND 3:

Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: 3
Running total is now 14

The computer chooses 2
Running total is now 16

ROUND 4:

Your choice among 1, 2 or 3: 3
Running total is now 19

The computer chooses 2
Running total is now 21

Computer wins!!
Computer wins 1 game, human wins 2 games

Another game (y/n)? n
Quitting.

JavaScript[edit]

The solution as a Javascript script inside a page written in HTML5. It should work with all modern browsers.

<!DOCTYPE html><html lang="en">
 
<head>
<meta charset="UTF-8">
<meta name="keywords" content="Game 21">
<meta name="description" content="
21 is a two player game, the game is played by choosing a number
(1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total. The game is won by
the player whose chosen number causes the running total to reach
exactly 21. The running total starts at zero.
"
>
<!--DCMI metadata (Dublin Core Metadata Initiative)-->
<meta name="dc.publisher" content="Rosseta Code">
<meta name="dc.date" content="2020-07-23">
<meta name="dc.created" content="2020-07-23">
<meta name="dc.modified" content="2020-07-30">
<title>
21 Game
</title>
<!-- Remove the line below in the final/production version. -->
<meta http-equiv="cache-control" content="no-cache">
 
<style>
.ui div { width: 50%; display: inline-flex; justify-content: flex-end; }
div.total { margin-bottom: 1ch; }
label { padding-right: 1ch; }
button + button { margin-left: 1em; }
</style>
</head>
 
<body>
<h1>
21 Game in ECMA Script (Java Script)
</h1>
 
<p>
21 is a two player game, the game is played by choosing a number
(1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total. The game is won by
the player whose chosen number causes the running total to reach
exactly 21. The running total starts at zero.
</p>
 
<p><span id="first"></span> Use buttons to play.</p>
 
<div class="ui">
<div class="total">
<label for="human">human last choice:</label>
<input type="text" id="human" readonly>
</div>
<div class="total">
<label for="AI">AI last choice:</label>
<input type="text" id="AI" readonly>
</div>
<div class="total">
<label for="runningTotalText">running total:</label>
<input type="text" id="runningTotalText" readonly>
</div>
<div class="buttons">
<button onclick="choice(1);" id="choice1"> one </button>
<button onclick="choice(2);" id="choice2"> two </button>
<button onclick="choice(3);" id="choice3"> three </button>
<button onclick="restart();"> restart </button>
</div>
</div>
 
<p id="message"></p>
 
<noscript>
No script, no fun. Turn on Javascript on.
</noscript>
 
<script>
// I really dislike global variables, but in any (?) WWW browser the global
// variables are in the window (separately for each tab) context space.
//
var runningTotal = 0;
const human = document.getElementById('human');
const AI = document.getElementById('AI');
const runningTotalText = document.getElementById('runningTotalText');
const first = document.getElementById('first')
const message = document.getElementById('message');
const choiceButtons = new Array(3);
 
// An function to restart game in any time, should be called as a callback
// from the WWW page, see above for an example.
//
function restart()
{
runningTotal = 0;
runningTotalText.value = runningTotal;
human.value = '';
AI.value = '';
for (let i = 1; i <= 3; i++)
{
let button = document.getElementById('choice' + i);
button.disabled = false;
choiceButtons[i] = button;
}
message.innerText = '';
if (Math.random() > 0.5)
{
update(AI, ai());
first.innerText = 'The first move is AI move.'
}
else
first.innerText = 'The first move is human move.'
}
 
// This function update an (read-only for a user) two text boxes
// as well as runningTotal. It should be called only once per a move/turn.
//
function update(textBox, n)
{
textBox.value = n;
runningTotal = runningTotal + n;
runningTotalText.value = runningTotal;
for (let i = 1; i <= 3; i++)
if (runningTotal + i > 21)
choiceButtons[i].disabled = true;
}
 
// An callback function called when the human player click the button.
//
function choice(n)
{
update(human, n);
if (runningTotal == 21)
message.innerText = 'The winner is human.';
else
{
update(AI, ai());
if (runningTotal == 21)
message.innerText = 'The winner is AI.';
}
}
 
// A rather simple function to calculate a computer move for the given total.
//
function ai()
{
for (let i = 1; i <= 3; i++)
if (runningTotal + i == 21)
return i;
 
for (let i = 1; i <= 3; i++)
if ((runningTotal + i - 1) % 4 == 0)
return i;
 
return 1;
}
 
// Run the script - actually this part do only some initialization, because
// the game is interactively driven by events from an UI written in HTML.
//
restart();
</script>
 
</body>
</html>

Julia[edit]

The computer or player can always win if they go first and choose a number that brings the total to one of the following: 1, 5, 9, 13, or 17. To make things vary more, there is a choice of computer play level at the start. The computer will randomly respond with level 1 and choose a random response 1/4 of the time at level 2.

 
function trytowin(n)
if 21 - n < 4
println("Computer chooses $(21 - n) and wins. GG!")
exit(0)
end
end
 
function choosewisely(n)
trytowin(n)
targets = [1, 5, 9, 13, 17, 21]
pos = findfirst(x -> x > n, targets)
bestmove = targets[pos] - n
if bestmove > 3
println("Looks like I could lose. Choosing a 1, total now $(n + 1).")
return n + 1
end
println("On a roll, choosing a $bestmove, total now $(n + bestmove).")
n + bestmove
end
 
function choosefoolishly(n)
trytowin(n)
move = rand([1, 2, 3])
println("Here goes, choosing $move, total now $(n + move).")
n + move
end
 
function choosesemiwisely(n)
trytowin(n)
if rand() > 0.75
choosefoolishly(n)
else
choosewisely(n)
end
end
 
prompt(s) = (println(s, ": => "); return readline())
 
function playermove(n)
rang = (n > 19) ? "1 is all" : ((n > 18) ? "1 or 2" : "1, 2 or 3")
choice = 0
while true
nstr = prompt("Your choice ($rang), 0 to exit")
if nstr == "0"
exit(0)
elseif nstr == "1"
return n + 1
elseif nstr == "2" && n < 20
return n + 2
elseif nstr == "3" && n < 19
return n + 3
end
end
end
 
 
function play21game()
n = 0
level = prompt("Level of play (1=dumb, 3=smart)")
algo = choosewisely
if level == "1"
algo = choosefoolishly
elseif level == "2"
algo = choosesemiwisely
elseif level != "3"
println("Bad choice syntax--default to smart choice")
end
whofirst = prompt("Does computer go first? (y or n)")
if whofirst[1] == 'y' || whofirst[1] == 'Y'
n = algo(n)
end
while n < 21
n = playermove(n)
if n == 21
println("Player wins! Game over, gg!")
break
end
n = algo(n)
end
end
 
play21game()
 

Lua[edit]

 
gamewon = false
running_total = 0
player = 1
opponent = 2
 
while not gamewon do
num = 0
 
if player == 1 then
opponent = 2
repeat
print("Enter a number between 1 and 3 (0 to quit):")
num = io.read("*n")
if num == 0 then
os.exit()
end
until (num > 0) and (num <=3)
end
 
if player == 2 and not (gamewon) then
opponent = 1
if (21 - running_total <= 3) then
num = 21 - running_total
else
num = math.random(1,3)
end
print("Player 2 picks number "..num)
end
 
running_total = running_total + num
print("Total: "..running_total)
 
if running_total == 21 then
print("Player "..player.." wins!")
gamewon = true
end
 
if running_total > 21 then
print("Player "..player.." lost...")
print("Player "..opponent.." wins!")
gamewon = true
end
 
if player == 1 then
player = 2
else player = 1
end
 
end
 

Nim[edit]

There is a simple strategy which allows the first player to win in any case. It consists to choose a value which gives a running total equal to 1, 5, 9, 13 or 17. So never let the computer starts as the program uses this strategy.

 
# 21 game.
 
import random
import strformat
import strutils
 
const
Target = 21
PossibleChoices: array[18..20, seq[string]] = [@["1", "2", "3"], @["1", "2"], @["1"]]
Targets = [1, 5, 9, 13, 17, 21] # Totals that a player must obtain to win.
 
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
proc printTotal(total: int) =
## Print the running total.
echo fmt"Running total is now {total}."
 
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
proc computerPlays(total: var int) =
## Make the computer play.
var choice: int
if total in Targets:
# No winning choice. Choose a random value.
choice = rand(1..3)
else:
# Find the running total to get.
for val in Targets:
if val > total:
choice = val - total
break
inc total, choice
echo fmt"I choose {choice}."
printTotal(total)
 
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
proc prompt(message: string; answers: openArray[string]): int =
## Prompt a message and get an answer checking its validity against possible answers.
 
while true:
stdout.write(message & ' ')
try:
result = answers.find(stdin.readLine())
if result >= 0:
break
echo fmt"Please answer one of: {answers.join("", "")}."
except EOFError:
echo ""
return # Quit.
 
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
randomize()
 
echo "21 is a two player game. The game is played by choosing a number (1, 2, 3) to\n" &
"be added to the running total. The game is won by the player whose chosen number\n" &
"causes the running total to reach exactly 21. The running total starts at zero.\n"
echo "You can quit the game at any time by typing 'q'."
 
block mainLoop:
 
while true:
var total = 0
 
# Choose the player who will play first.
var answer = prompt("Who will play first ('you', 'me')?", ["q", "you", "me"])
if answer == 0:
echo "Quitting game."
break
elif answer == 1:
computerPlays(total)
 
# Internal game loop.
while true:
 
# Ask player its choice.
let choices = if total > 18: PossibleChoices[total] else: PossibleChoices[18]
let choice = prompt(fmt"Your choice ({choices.join("", "")})?", "q" & choices)
if choice == 0:
echo "Quitting game."
break mainLoop
 
# Update running total and check if player win.
inc total, choice
printTotal(total)
if total == Target:
echo "Congratulations, you win."
break
 
# Make computer play.
computerPlays(total)
if total == Target:
echo "Sorry, I win."
break
 
# Ask player for another game.
answer = prompt("Do you want to play another game (y, n)", ["q", "y", "n"])
if answer != 1:
echo "Quitting game."
break
 
Output:
21 is a two player game. The game is played by choosing a number (1, 2, 3) to
be added to the running total. The game is won by the player whose chosen number
causes the running total to reach exactly 21. The running total starts at zero.

You can quit the game at any time by typing 'q'.
Who will play first (you, me)? x
Please, answer one of: q, you, me.
Who will play first ('you', 'me')? you
I choose 1.
Running total is now 1.
Your choice (1, 2, 3)? 4
Please answer one of: q, 1, 2, 3.
Your choice (1, 2, 3)? 3
Running total is now 4.
I choose 1.
Running total is now 5.
Your choice (1, 2, 3)? 3
Running total is now 8.
I choose 1.
Running total is now 9.
Your choice (1, 2, 3)? 3
Running total is now 12.
I choose 1.
Running total is now 13.
Your choice (1, 2, 3)? 3
Running total is now 16.
I choose 1.
Running total is now 17.
Your choice (1, 2, 3)? 3
Running total is now 20.
I choose 1.
Running total is now 21.
Sorry, I win.
Do you want to play another game (y, n) y
Who will play first (you, me)? me
Your choice (1, 2, 3)? 1
Running total is now 1.
I choose 2.
Running total is now 3.
Your choice (1, 2, 3)? 2
Running total is now 5.
I choose 2.
Running total is now 7.
Your choice (1, 2, 3)? 2
Running total is now 9.
I choose 1.
Running total is now 10.
Your choice (1, 2, 3)? 3
Running total is now 13.
I choose 3.
Running total is now 16.
Your choice (1, 2, 3)? 1
Running total is now 17.
I choose 2.
Running total is now 19.
Your choice (1, 2)? 2
Running total is now 21.
Congratulations, you win.
Do you want to play another game (y, n) n
Quitting game.

Objeck[edit]

class TwentyOne {
@quit : Bool;
@player_total : Int;
@computer_total : Int;
 
function : Main(args : String[]) ~ Nil {
TwentyOne->New()->Play();
}
 
New() {
}
 
method : Play() ~ Nil {
player_first := Int->Random(1) = 1;
 
"Enter 'q' to quit\n==="->PrintLine();
do {
if(player_first) {
PlayerTurn();
if(<>@quit) {
"---"->PrintLine();
ComputerTurn();
};
}
else {
ComputerTurn();
"---"->PrintLine();
PlayerTurn();
};
"==="->PrintLine();
}
while(<>@quit);
}
 
method : ComputerTurn() ~ Nil {
input := Int->Random(1, 3);
 
"Computer choose: {$input}"->PrintLine();
@computer_total += input;
 
if(@computer_total = 21) {
"Computer Wins!"->PrintLine();
@quit := true;
}
else if(@computer_total > 21) {
"Computer Loses."->PrintLine();
@quit := true;
}
else {
"Computer total is {[email protected]_total}."->PrintLine();
};
}
 
method : PlayerTurn() ~ Nil {
input := GetInput();
 
if(input = -1) {
"Quit"->PrintLine();
@quit := true;
}
else if(input = 0) {
"Invalid Input!"->PrintLine();
}
else {
@player_total += input;
};
 
if(@player_total = 21) {
"Player Wins!"->PrintLine();
@quit := true;
}
else if(@player_total > 21) {
"Player Loses."->PrintLine();
@quit := true;
}
else {
"Player total is {[email protected]_total}."->PrintLine();
};
}
 
function : GetInput() ~ Int {
"Choosing a number beween 1-3: "->Print();
 
input := System.IO.Console->ReadString();
if(input->Size() = 1) {
if(input->Get(0) = 'q') {
return -1;
};
 
return input->ToInt();
};
 
return 0;
}
}

Pascal[edit]

 
program Game21;
 
{$APPTYPE CONSOLE}
 
{$R *.res}
 
uses
System.SysUtils,
System.StrUtils, // for IfThen
Winapi.Windows; // for ClearScreen
 
const
HARD_MODE = True;
 
var
computerPlayer: string = 'Computer';
humanPlayer: string = 'Player 1';
 
// for change color
ConOut: THandle;
BufInfo: TConsoleScreenBufferInfo;
 
procedure ClearScreen;
var
stdout: THandle;
csbi: TConsoleScreenBufferInfo;
ConsoleSize: DWORD;
NumWritten: DWORD;
Origin: TCoord;
begin
stdout := GetStdHandle(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE);
Win32Check(stdout <> INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE);
Win32Check(GetConsoleScreenBufferInfo(stdout, csbi));
ConsoleSize := csbi.dwSize.X * csbi.dwSize.Y;
Origin.X := 0;
Origin.Y := 0;
Win32Check(FillConsoleOutputCharacter(stdout, ' ', ConsoleSize, Origin, NumWritten));
Win32Check(FillConsoleOutputAttribute(stdout, csbi.wAttributes, ConsoleSize,
Origin, NumWritten));
Win32Check(SetConsoleCursorPosition(stdout, Origin));
end;
 
procedure ResetColor;
begin
SetConsoleTextAttribute(ConOut, BufInfo.wAttributes);
end;
 
procedure ChangeColor(color: Word);
begin
ConOut := TTextRec(Output).Handle;
GetConsoleScreenBufferInfo(ConOut, BufInfo);
SetConsoleTextAttribute(TTextRec(Output).Handle, color);
end;
 
function SwapPlayer(currentPlayer: string): string;
begin
Result := IfThen(currentPlayer = humanPlayer, computerPlayer, humanPlayer);
end;
 
function RandomPlayerSelect(): string;
begin
Result := IfThen(Random() < 0.5, computerPlayer, humanPlayer);
end;
 
function CheckIfCanWin(total: Integer): Boolean;
begin
result := (total >= 18);
end;
 
function CheckIfCanLose(total: Integer; var choose: Integer; hardMode: Boolean =
False): Boolean;
var
range: Integer;
begin
range := 17 - total;
Result := false;
if (range > 0) and (range < 4) then
begin
Result := true;
if hardMode then
choose := range
else
choose := Random(range - 1) + 1;
end;
end;
 
function CompMove(total: Integer): Integer;
begin
if (CheckIfCanWin(total)) then
begin
exit(21 - total);
end;
 
if CheckIfCanLose(total, Result, HARD_MODE) then
exit;
 
Result := Random(3) + 1;
end;
 
function HumanMove: Integer;
var
choice: string;
begin
repeat
Writeln('Choose from numbers: 1, 2, 3');
Readln(choice);
until TryStrToInt(choice, Result) and (Result in [1..3]);
end;
 
procedure PlayGame();
var
playAnother: Boolean;
total, final_, roundChoice, compWins, humanWins: Integer;
choice, currentPlayer: string;
begin
playAnother := True;
total := 0;
final_ := 21;
roundChoice := 0;
Randomize;
currentPlayer := RandomPLayerSelect();
compWins := 0;
humanWins := 0;
 
while (playAnother) do
begin
ClearScreen;
ChangeColor(FOREGROUND_INTENSITY or FOREGROUND_GREEN);
Writeln(total);
ResetColor;
Writeln('');
 
Writeln('Now playing: ' + currentPlayer);
if currentPlayer = computerPlayer then
roundChoice := CompMove(total)
else
roundChoice := HumanMove;
inc(total, roundChoice);
 
if (total = final_) then
begin
if (currentPlayer = computerPlayer) then
begin
inc(compWins);
end
else
begin
inc(humanWins);
end;
 
ClearScreen;
Writeln('Winner: ' + currentPlayer);
Writeln('Comp wins: ', compWins, '. Human wins: ', humanWins, #10);
Writeln('Do you wan to play another round? y/n');
 
readln(choice);
 
if choice = 'y' then
begin
total := 0;
ClearScreen;
end
else if choice = 'n' then
playAnother := false
else
begin
Writeln('Invalid choice! Choose from y or n');
Continue;
end;
end
else if total > 21 then
begin
Writeln('Not the right time to play this game :)');
break;
end;
 
currentPlayer := SwapPlayer(currentPlayer);
end;
 
end;
 
const
WELLCOME_MSG: array[0..5] of string = ('Welcome to 21 game'#10,
'21 is a two player game.', 'The game is played by choosing a number.',
'1, 2, or 3 to be added a total sum.'#10,
'The game is won by the player reaches exactly 21.'#10, 'Press ENTER to start!'#10);
 
var
i: Integer;
 
begin
try
for i := 0 to High(WELLCOME_MSG) do
Writeln(WELLCOME_MSG[i]);
ResetColor;
Readln; // Wait press enter
 
PlayGame();
except
on E: Exception do
Writeln(E.ClassName, ': ', E.Message);
end;
end.
 

Perl[edit]

Translation of: Raku
print <<'HERE';
The 21 game. Each player chooses to add 1, 2, or 3 to a running total.
The player whose turn it is when the total reaches 21 wins. Enter q to quit.
HERE

 
my $total = 0;
 
while () {
print "Running total is: $total\n";
my ($me,$comp);
while () {
print 'What number do you play> ';
$me = <>; chomp $me;
last if $me =~ /^[123]$/;
insult($me);
}
$total += $me;
win('Human') if $total >= 21;
print "Computer plays: " . ($comp = 1+int(rand(3))) . "\n";
$total += $comp;
win('Computer') if $total >= 21;
}
 
sub win {
my($player) = @_;
print "$player wins.\n";
exit;
}
 
sub insult {
my($g) = @_;
exit if $g =~ /q/i;
my @insults = ('Yo mama', 'Jeez', 'Ummmm', 'Grow up');
my $i = $insults[1+int rand($#insults)];
print "$i, $g is not an integer between 1 and 3...\n"
}
Output:
The 21 game. Each player chooses to add 1, 2, or 3 to a running total.
The player whose turn it is when the total reaches 21 wins. Enter q to quit.
Running total is: 0
What number do you play> 3
Computer plays: 3
Running total is: 6
What number do you play> 3
Computer plays: 3
Running total is: 12
What number do you play> 3
Computer plays: 2
Running total is: 17
What number do you play> 1
Computer plays: 1
Running total is: 19
What number do you play> 2
Human wins.

Phix[edit]

If the computer goes first you cannot win.
Once the computer stops displaying "no clear strategy" you cannot win.
The computer_first flag only applies to the first game. After winning, losing, or conceding, you go first.

bool computer_first = false
bool show_spoiler = false
 
integer total = 0
 
procedure computer_play()
integer move = 0
for i=1 to 3 do
if mod(total+i,4)=1 then
move = i
exit
end if
end for
if move=0 then
puts(1,"no clear strategy\n")
move = rand(min(3,21-total))
end if
printf(1,"Total is %d. I play %d.\n",{total,move})
total += move
if total=21 then
puts(1,"21! I win!\n")
end if
end procedure
 
puts(1,"\n21 game\n\n")
puts(1,"Press escape or q to quit the game, c to concede and start a new game from 0\n\n")
 
if computer_first then
printf(1,"Total is %d.\n",{total})
computer_play()
elsif show_spoiler then
-- The secret to winning!
puts(1,sq_sub("Uif!pomz!xbz!up!xjo!jt!qmbz!2!gjstu-!uifo!5.=dpnqvufs!npwf?!fwfsz!ujnf",1)&"\n\n")
end if
 
while 1 do
printf(1,"Total is %d. enter 1, 2, or 3: ",{total})
integer ch = wait_key()
puts(1,iff(ch=#1B?"esc":ch)&"\n")
if ch>='1' and ch<='3' then
ch -= '0'
if total+ch>21 then
puts(1,"Too big\n")
else
total += ch
if total=21 then
puts(1,"21! You win!\n")
else
computer_play()
end if
end if
elsif ch=#1B or lower(ch)='q' then
puts(1,"Quitting\n")
exit
end if
if lower(ch)='c' or total=21 then
total = 0
end if
end while
Output:
21 game

Press escape or q to quit the game, c to concede and start a new game from 0

Total is 0. enter 1, 2, or 3: 1
no clear strategy
Total is 1. I play 3.
Total is 4. enter 1, 2, or 3: 1
no clear strategy
Total is 5. I play 1.
Total is 6. enter 1, 2, or 3: 3
no clear strategy
Total is 9. I play 1.
Total is 10. enter 1, 2, or 3: 1
Total is 11. I play 2.
Total is 13. enter 1, 2, or 3: 3
Total is 16. I play 1.
Total is 17. enter 1, 2, or 3: 2
Total is 19. I play 2.
21! I win!
Total is 0. enter 1, 2, or 3: q
Quitting

PHP[edit]

The solution as a server-side PHP7 script and HTML5.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
 
<head>
<meta charset="UTF-8">
<meta name="keywords" content="Game 21">
<meta name="description" content="
21 is a two player game, the game is played by choosing a number
(1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total. The game is won by
the player whose chosen number causes the running total to reach
exactly 21. The running total starts at zero.
">
<!--DCMI metadata (Dublin Core Metadata Initiative)-->
<meta name="dc.publisher" content="Rosseta Code">
<meta name="dc.date" content="2020-07-31">
<meta name="dc.created" content="2020-07-31">
<meta name="dc.modified" content="2020-08-01">
<title>
21 Game
</title>
<!-- Remove the line below in the final/production version. -->
<meta http-equiv="cache-control" content="no-cache">
 
<style>
.ui div { width: 50%; display: inline-flex; justify-content: flex-end; }
div.total { margin-bottom: 1ch; }
label { padding-right: 1ch; }
button + button { margin-left: 1em; }
</style>
</head>
 
<body>
 
<h1>
21 Game in PHP 7
</h1>
 
<p>
21 is a two player game, the game is played by choosing a number
(1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total. The game is won by
the player whose chosen number causes the running total to reach
exactly 21. The running total starts at zero.
</p>
 
 
<?php
 
const GOAL = 21;
const PLAYERS = array('AI', 'human');
 
function best_move($n)
{
for ($i = 1; $i <= 3; $i++)
if ($n + $i == GOAL)
return $i;
for ($i = 1; $i <= 3; $i++)
if (($n + $i - 1) % 4 == 0)
return $i;
return 1;
}
 
if (isset($_GET['reset']) || !isset($_GET['total']))
{
$first = PLAYERS[rand(0, 1)];
$total = 0;
$human = 0;
$ai = 0;
$message = '';
if ($first == 'AI')
{
$move = best_move($total);
$ai = $move;
$total = $total + $move;
}
}
else
{
$first = $_GET['first'];
$total = $_GET['total'];
$human = $_GET['human'];
$ai = $_GET['ai'];
$message = $_GET['message'];
}
 
if (isset($_GET['move']))
{
$move = (int)$_GET['move'];
$human = $move;
$total = $total + $move;
if ($total == GOAL)
$message = 'The winner is human.';
else
{
$move = best_move($total);
$ai = $move;
$total = $total + $move;
if ($total == GOAL)
$message = 'The winner is AI.';
}
}
 
$state = array();
for ($i = 1; $i <= 3; $i++)
$state[$i] = $total + $i > GOAL ? 'disabled' : '';
 
echo <<< END
<p>
The first player is $first.
Use buttons to play.
</p>
<form class="ui">
<div>
<input type='hidden' id='first' name='first' value='$first'>
<input type='hidden' name='message' value='$message'>
</div>
<div class='total'>
<label for='human'>human last choice:</label>
<input type='text' name='human' readonly value='$human'>
</div>
<div class='total'>
<label for='AI'>AI last choice:</label>
<input type='text' name='ai' readonly value='$ai'>
</div>
<div class='total'>
<label for='runningTotalText'>running total:</label>
<input type='text' name='total' readonly value='$total'>
</div>
<div class='buttons'>
<button type='submit' name='move' value='1' {$state[1]}> one </button>
<button type='submit' name='move' value='2' {$state[2]}> two </button>
<button type='submit' name='move' value='3' {$state[3]}> three </button>
<button type='submit' name='reset' value='reset'> reset </button>
</div>
</form>
<p>
$message
</p>
END
?>
 
</body>

Python[edit]

Works with: Python 2.X and 3.X
 
from random import randint
def start():
game_count=0
print("Enter q to quit at any time.\nThe computer will choose first.\nRunning total is now {}".format(game_count))
roundno=1
while game_count<21:
print("\nROUND {}: \n".format(roundno))
t = select_count(game_count)
game_count = game_count+t
print("Running total is now {}\n".format(game_count))
if game_count>=21:
print("So, commiserations, the computer has won!")
return 0
t = request_count()
if not t:
print('OK,quitting the game')
return -1
game_count = game_count+t
print("Running total is now {}\n".format(game_count))
if game_count>=21:
print("So, congratulations, you've won!")
return 1
roundno+=1
 
def select_count(game_count):
'''selects a random number if the game_count is less than 18. otherwise chooses the winning number'''
if game_count<18:
t= randint(1,3)
else:
t = 21-game_count
print("The computer chooses {}".format(t))
return t
 
def request_count():
'''request user input between 1,2 and 3. It will continue till either quit(q) or one of those numbers is requested.'''
t=""
while True:
try:
t = raw_input('Your choice 1 to 3 :')
if int(t) in [1,2,3]:
return int(t)
else:
print("Out of range, try again")
except:
if t=="q":
return None
else:
print("Invalid Entry, try again")
 
c=0
m=0
r=True
while r:
o = start()
if o==-1:
break
else:
c+=1 if o==0 else 0
m+=1 if o==1 else 0
print("Computer wins {0} game, human wins {1} games".format(c,m))
t = raw_input("Another game?(press y to continue):")
r = (t=="y")
Output:
Enter q to quit at any time.
The computer will choose first.
Running total is now 0

ROUND 1: 

The computer chooses 1
Running total is now 1

Your choice 1 to 3 :4
Out of range, try again
Your choice 1 to 3 :w
Invalid Entry, try again
Your choice 1 to 3 :3
Running total is now 4


ROUND 2: 

The computer chooses 1
Running total is now 5

Your choice 1 to 3 :2
Running total is now 7


ROUND 3: 

The computer chooses 3
Running total is now 10

Your choice 1 to 3 :3
Running total is now 13


ROUND 4: 

The computer chooses 1
Running total is now 14

Your choice 1 to 3 :2
Running total is now 16


ROUND 5: 

The computer chooses 1
Running total is now 17

Your choice 1 to 3 :1
Running total is now 18


ROUND 6: 

The computer chooses 3
Running total is now 21

So, commiserations, the computer has won!
Computer wins 1 game, human wins 0 games
Another game?(press y to continue):y
Enter q to quit at any time.
The computer will choose first.
Running total is now 0

ROUND 1: 

The computer chooses 1
Running total is now 1

Your choice 1 to 3 :3
Running total is now 4


ROUND 2: 

The computer chooses 3
Running total is now 7

Your choice 1 to 3 :3
Running total is now 10


ROUND 3: 

The computer chooses 3
Running total is now 13

Your choice 1 to 3 :5
Out of range, try again
Your choice 1 to 3 :3
Running total is now 16


ROUND 4: 

The computer chooses 2
Running total is now 18

Your choice 1 to 3 :3
Running total is now 21

So, congratulations, you've won!
Computer wins 1 game, human wins 1 games
Another game?(press y to continue):y
Enter q to quit at any time.
The computer will choose first.
Running total is now 0

ROUND 1: 

The computer chooses 3
Running total is now 3

Your choice 1 to 3 :4
Out of range, try again
Your choice 1 to 3 :3
Running total is now 6


ROUND 2: 

The computer chooses 3
Running total is now 9

Your choice 1 to 3 :q
OK,quitting the game

R[edit]

game21<-function(first = c("player","ai","random"),sleep=.5){
state = 0
finished = F
turn = 1
if(length(first)==1 && startsWith(tolower(first),"r")){
first = rbinom(1,1,.5)
}else{
first = (length(first)>1 || startsWith(tolower(first),"p"))
}
while(!finished){
if(turn>1 || first){
cat("The total is now",state,"\n");Sys.sleep(sleep)
while(T){
player.move = readline(prompt = "Enter move: ")
if((player.move=="1"||player.move=="2"||player.move=="3") && state+as.numeric(player.move)<=21){
player.move = as.numeric(player.move)
state = state + player.move
break
}else if(tolower(player.move)=="exit"|tolower(player.move)=="quit"|tolower(player.move)=="end"){
cat("Goodbye.\n")
finished = T
break
}else{
cat("Error: invaid entry.\n")
}
}
}
if(state == 21){
cat("You win!\n")
finished = T
}
if(!finished){
cat("The total is now",state,"\n");Sys.sleep(sleep)
while(T){
ai.move = sample(1:3,1)
if(state+ai.move<=21){
break
}
}
state = state + ai.move
cat("The AI chooses",ai.move,"\n");Sys.sleep(sleep)
if(state == 21){
cat("The AI wins!\n")
finished = T
}
}
turn = turn + 1
}
}
game21()
Output:
The total is now 0 
Enter move: 3
The total is now 3 
The AI chooses 2 
The total is now 5 
Enter move: 3
The total is now 8 
The AI chooses 3 
The total is now 11 
Enter move: 3
The total is now 14 
The AI chooses 2 
The total is now 16 
Enter move: 1
The total is now 17 
The AI chooses 3 
The total is now 20 
Enter move: 1
The total is now 21 
You win!
game21(first = "ai")
Output:
The total is now 0 
The AI chooses 2 
The total is now 2
Enter move: quit
Goodbye.

Racket[edit]

#lang racket
 
(define limit 21)
(define max-resp 3)
 
(define (get-resp)
(let loop ()
(match (read-line)
[(app (conjoin string? string->number) n)
#:when (and (exact-integer? n) (<= 1 n max-resp))
n]
["q" (exit)]
[n (printf "~a is not in range 1 and ~a\n" n max-resp)
(loop)])))
 
(define (win human?) (printf "~a wins\n" (if human? "Human" "Computer")))
 
(printf "The ~a game. Each player chooses to add a number
in range 1 and ~a to a running total.
The player whose turn it is when the total reaches exactly ~a wins.
Enter q to quit.\n\n" limit max-resp limit)
 
(let loop ([total 0] [human-turn? (= 0 (random 2))])
(define new-total
(+ total
(cond
[human-turn? (printf "Running total is: ~a\n" total)
(printf "Your turn:\n")
(get-resp)]
[else (define resp (random 1 (add1 max-resp)))
(printf "Computer plays: ~a\n" resp)
resp])))
(cond
[(= new-total limit) (win human-turn?)]
[(> new-total limit) (win (not human-turn?))]
[else (loop new-total (not human-turn?))]))
Output:
The 21 game. Each player chooses to add an integer
in range 1 and 3 to a running total.
The player whose turn it is when the total reaches exactly 21 wins.
Enter q to quit.

Running total is: 0
Your turn:
1
Computer plays: 3
Running total is: 4
Your turn:
foo
foo is not an integer in range 1 and 3
Your turn:
bar
bar is not an integer in range 1 and 3
Your turn:
3
Computer plays: 1
Running total is: 8
Your turn:
1
Computer plays: 1
Running total is: 10
Your turn:
1
Computer plays: 2
Running total is: 13
Your turn:
1
Computer plays: 3
Running total is: 17
Your turn:
1
Computer plays: 2
Running total is: 20
Your turn:
1
Human wins

Raku[edit]

(formerly Perl 6)

Works with: Rakudo version 2018.09

Since there is no requirement that the computer play sensibly, it always plays a random guess so the player has some chance to win.

say qq :to 'HERE';
The 21 game. Each player chooses to add 1, 2, or 3 to a running total.
The player whose turn it is when the total reaches 21 wins. Enter q to quit.
HERE
 
my $total = 0;
loop {
say "Running total is: $total";
my ($me,$comp);
loop {
$me = prompt 'What number do you play> ';
last if $me ~~ /^<[123]>$/;
insult $me;
}
$total += $me;
win('Human') if $total >= 21;
say "Computer plays: { $comp = (1,2,3).roll }\n";
$total += $comp;
win('Computer') if $total >= 21;
}
 
sub win ($player) {
say "$player wins.";
exit;
}
 
sub insult ($g) {
exit if $g eq 'q';
print ('Yo mama,', 'Jeez,', 'Ummmm,', 'Grow up,', 'Did you even READ the instructions?').roll;
say " $g is not an integer between 1 & 3..."
}
Sample game:
The 21 game. Each player chooses to add 1, 2, or 3 to a running total.
The player whose turn it is when the total reaches 21 wins. Enter q to quit.

Running total is: 0
What number do you play> 5
Did you even READ the instructions? 5 is not an integer between 1 & 3...
What number do you play> g
Yo mama, g is not an integer between 1 & 3...
What number do you play> 12
Jeez, 12 is not an integer between 1 & 3...
What number do you play> 3
Computer plays: 2

Running total is: 5
What number do you play> 3
Computer plays: 3

Running total is: 11
What number do you play> 1
Computer plays: 1

Running total is: 13
What number do you play> 3
Computer plays: 2

Running total is: 18
What number do you play> 3
Human wins.

REXX[edit]

Around half of the REXX program deals with incorrect or missing input   (of the required integer).

This REXX version allows the user to choose if the computer should go first.

/*REXX program plays the  21  game with a human,  each player chooses 1, 2, or 3  which */
/*──────────── is added to the current sum, the first player to reach 21 exactly wins.*/
sep= copies('─', 8); sep2= " "copies('═', 8)" " /*construct an eye─catching msg fences.*/
say sep 'Playing the 21 game.' /*tell what's happening here at the zoo*/
$=0; goal= 21 /*the sum [or running total] (so far).*/
do j=1 while $<goal; call g /*obtain the user's number via a prompt*/
if x\==0 then call tot x, 1 /*Not 0? The user wants to go first. */
if $==goal then leave /*the user won the game with the last #*/
call ?; if y==. then y= random(1, 3) /*get computer's choice or a random #*/
say sep 'The computer chooses ' y " as it's choice." /*inform player.*/
call tot y, 0 /*call subroutine to show the total. */
end /*j*/
say
if who then say sep 'Congratulations! You have won the 21 game.'
else say sep 'The computer has won the 21 game.'
exit 0 /*stick a fork in it, we're all done. */
/*──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────*/
?: y=.; do c=1 for 3 until y\==.; if (c+$) // 4 == 1 then y= c; end; return
ser: if bad then return; bad=1; say; say; say sep '***error***' arg(1); say; return
tot: arg q,who; $=$+q; say sep 'The game total is now' sep2 $ sep2; /*add; show $*/ return
/*──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────*/
g: low = (j \== 1) /*allow user to have computer go first.*/
do until \bad; bad= 0; say /*prompt 'til user gives a good number.*/
say sep 'Please enter a number from ' low " ───► 3 (or Quit):"
if j=1 then say sep '[A value of 0 (zero) means you want the computer to go first.]'
parse pull x _ . 1 ox; upper x /*obtain user's lowercase response(s). */
if x='' then call ser "Nothing entered."
if _\=='' then call ser "Too many arguments entered: " ox
if abbrev('QUIT', x, 1) then do; say; say sep "quitting."; exit 1; end
if \datatype(x, 'N') then call ser "Argument isn't numeric: " ox
if \datatype(x, 'W') then call ser "Number isn't an integer: " ox
if x<0 then call ser "Number can't be negative: " x
if x=0 & j>1 then call ser "Number can't be zero: " x
if x>3 then call ser "Number is too large (>3): " x
if bad then iterate /*Had an error? Then get another number*/
x= x/1; if $+x>goal then call ser "Number will cause the sum to exceed " goal': ' x
end /*until*/; return
output :
──────── Playing the  21  game.

──────── Please enter a number from  0  ───► 3               (or Quit):
──────── [A value of 0 (zero) means you want the computer to go first.]
3                                                                         ◄■■■■■■■■■■ user input
──────── The game total is now  ════════  3  ════════
──────── The computer chooses  2  as it's choice.
──────── The game total is now  ════════  5  ════════

──────── Please enter a number from  1  ───► 3               (or Quit):
3                                                                         ◄■■■■■■■■■■ user input
──────── The game total is now  ════════  8  ════════
──────── The computer chooses  1  as it's choice.
──────── The game total is now  ════════  9  ════════

──────── Please enter a number from  1  ───► 3               (or Quit):
3                                                                         ◄■■■■■■■■■■ user input
──────── The game total is now  ════════  12  ════════
──────── The computer chooses  1  as it's choice.
──────── The game total is now  ════════  13  ════════

──────── Please enter a number from  1  ───► 3               (or Quit):
3                                                                         ◄■■■■■■■■■■ user input
──────── The game total is now  ════════  16  ════════
──────── The computer chooses  1  as it's choice.
──────── The game total is now  ════════  17  ════════

──────── Please enter a number from  1  ───► 3               (or Quit):
1                                                                          ◄■■■■■■■■■■ user input
──────── The game total is now  ════════  18  ════════
──────── The computer chooses  3  as it's choice.
──────── The game total is now  ════════  21  ════════

──────── The computer has won the  21  game.

Ring[edit]

 
# Project : 21 Game
 
load "guilib.ring"
 
limit = 21
posold = 0
button = list(limit)
mynum = list(3)
yournum = list(3)
 
new qapp
{
win1 = new qwidget() {
setwindowtitle("21 Game")
setgeometry(100,100,1000,600)
label1 = new qlabel(win1) {
setgeometry(10,10,1000,600)
settext("")
}
 
label2 = new qlabel(win1) {
setgeometry(240,50,120,40)
setAlignment(Qt_AlignHCenter)
setFont(new qFont("Verdana",12,100,0))
settext("my number:")
}
 
label3 = new qlabel(win1) {
setgeometry(640,50,120,40)
setAlignment(Qt_AlignHCenter)
setFont(new qFont("Verdana",12,100,0))
settext("your number:")
}
 
for p = 1 to 3
mynum[p] = new qpushbutton(win1) {
setgeometry(200+p*40,100,40,40)
setstylesheet("background-color:orange")
settext(string(p))
setclickevent("choose(" + string(p) + ",1)")
}
next
 
for p = 1 to 3
yournum[p] = new qpushbutton(win1) {
setgeometry(600+p*40,100,40,40)
setstylesheet("background-color:white")
settext(string(p))
setclickevent("choose(" + string(p) + ",2)")
}
next
 
for n = 1 to limit
button[n] = new qpushbutton(win1) {
setgeometry(40+n*40,190,40,40)
settext(string(n))
}
next
show()
}
exec()
}
 
func choose(ch,ym)
pos = posold + ch
if pos > limit
msg = "You must choose number from 1 to " + string(limit - posold)
msgBox(msg)
for n = 1 to 3
mynum[n].setenabled(false)
yournum[n].setenabled(false)
next
return
ok
for n = posold+1 to pos
if ym = 1
button[n] { setstylesheet("background-color:orange") }
else
button[n] { setstylesheet("background-color:white") }
ok
next
posold = pos
if ym = 1
for n = 1 to 3
mynum[n].setenabled(false)
yournum[n].setenabled(true)
next
else
for n = 1 to 3
mynum[n].setenabled(true)
yournum[n].setenabled(false)
next
ok
if pos = 21
if ym = 1
msgBox("I won!")
else
msgBox("You won!")
ok
ok
 
func msgBox(text) {
m = new qMessageBox(win1) {
setWindowTitle("21 Game")
setText(text)
show()
}
}
 

Output:
21 Game

Ruby[edit]

 
# 21 Game - an example in Ruby for Rosetta Code.
 
GOAL = 21
MIN_MOVE = 1
MAX_MOVE = 3
 
DESCRIPTION = "
*** Welcome to the 21 Game! ***
21 is a two player game.
Each player chooses to add 1, 2 or 3 to a running total.
The player whose turn it is when the total reaches 21 will win the game.
The running total starts at zero.
 
The players start the game in turn.
Enter q to quit at any time.
"

 
#
# Returns the best move to play.
#
def best_move(total)
move = rand(1..3)
MIN_MOVE.upto(MAX_MOVE) do |i|
move = i if (total + i - 1) % (MAX_MOVE + 1) == 0
end
MIN_MOVE.upto(MAX_MOVE) do |i|
move = i if total + i == GOAL
end
move
end
 
#
# Gets the move of the player.
#
def get_move
print "Your choice between #{MIN_MOVE} and #{MAX_MOVE}: "
answer = gets
move = answer.to_i
until move.between?(MIN_MOVE, MAX_MOVE)
exit if answer.chomp == 'q'
print 'Invalid choice. Try again: '
answer = gets
move = answer.to_i
end
move
end
 
#
# Asks the player to restart a game and returns the answer.
#
def restart?
print 'Do you want to restart (y/n)? '
restart = gets.chomp
until ['y', 'n'].include?(restart)
print 'Your answer is not a valid choice. Try again: '
restart = gets.chomp
end
restart == 'y'
end
 
#
# Run a game. The +player+ argument is the player that starts:
# * 1 for human
# * 0 for computer
#
def game(player)
total = round = 0
while total < GOAL
round += 1
puts "--- ROUND #{round} ---\n\n"
player = (player + 1) % 2
if player == 0
move = best_move(total)
puts "The computer chooses #{move}."
else
move = get_move
end
total += move
puts "Running total is now #{total}.\n\n"
end
if player == 0
puts 'Sorry, the computer has won!'
return false
end
puts 'Well done, you have won!'
true
end
 
# MAIN
puts DESCRIPTION
run = true
computer_wins = human_wins = 0
games_counter = player = 1
while run
puts "\n=== START GAME #{games_counter} ==="
player = (player + 1) % 2
if game(player)
human_wins += 1
else
computer_wins += 1
end
puts "\nComputer wins #{computer_wins} games, you wins #{human_wins} game."
games_counter += 1
run = restart?
end
puts 'Good bye!'
 

rust[edit]

use rand::Rng;
use std::io;
 
#[derive(Clone)]
enum PlayerType {
Human,
Computer,
}
 
#[derive(Clone)]
struct Player {
name: String,
wins: u32, // holds wins
level: u32, // difficulty level of Computer
player_type: PlayerType,
}
 
trait Choose {
fn choose(&self, game: &Game) -> u8;
}
 
impl Player {
fn new(name: &str, player_type: PlayerType, level: u32) -> Player {
Player {
name: String::from(name),
wins: 0,
level,
player_type,
}
}
fn get_name(&self) -> &str {
&self.name[..]
}
fn get_level(&self) -> u32 {
self.level
}
fn add_win(&mut self) {
self.wins += 1
}
fn level_up(&mut self) {
self.level += 1
}
}
 
impl Choose for Player {
fn choose(&self, game: &Game) -> u8 {
match self.player_type {
PlayerType::Human => loop {
let max_choice = game.max_choice();
match max_choice {
1 => println!("Enter a number 1 to win (or quit):"),
_ => println!("Enter a number between 1 and {} (or quit):", max_choice)
}
let mut guess = String::new();
io::stdin()
.read_line(&mut guess)
.expect("Failed to read line");
if guess.trim() == "quit" {
return 0
}
let guess: u8 = match guess.trim().parse() {
Ok(num) if num >= 1 && num <= max_choice => num,
Ok(_) => continue,
Err(_) => continue,
};
return guess;
},
PlayerType::Computer => match self.level {
5 => match game.get_total() {
total if total == 20 => 1,
total if total == 19 => 2,
total if total == 18 => 3,
_ => 1,
},
4 => match game.get_total() {
total if total == 20 => 1,
total if total == 19 => 2,
total if total == 18 => 3,
_ => rand::thread_rng().gen_range(1, 3),
},
3 => match game.get_total() {
total if total == 20 => 1,
total if total == 19 => 2,
total if total == 18 => 3,
_ => rand::thread_rng().gen_range(1, 4),
},
2 => match game.get_total() {
total if total == 20 => 1,
total if total == 19 => 2,
_ => rand::thread_rng().gen_range(1, 3),
},
1 => 1,
_ => match game.get_total() {
total if total == 20 => 1,
total if total == 19 => 2,
total if total == 18 => 3,
_ => match game.get_remaining() % 4 {
0 => rand::thread_rng().gen_range(1, 4),
_ => game.get_remaining() % 4,
},
},
},
}
}
}
 
struct Game {
players: Vec<Player>,
turn: u8,
total: u8,
start: u8, // determines which player goes first
}
 
impl Game {
fn init(players: &Vec<Player>) -> Game {
Game {
players: players.to_vec(),
turn: 1,
total: 0,
start: rand::thread_rng().gen_range(0, 2),
}
}
fn play(&mut self) -> &Player {
loop {
println!(
"Total now {} (remaining: {})",
self.get_total(),
self.get_remaining()
);
{
let player = self.whose_turn();
println!("Turn: {} ({} turn)", self.get_turn(), player.get_name());
let choice = player.choose(&self);
if choice == 0 {
self.next_turn();
break; // quit
}
println!("{} choose {}", player.get_name(), choice);
self.add_total(choice)
}
if self.get_total() >= 21 {
break;
}
println!("");
self.next_turn();
}
self.whose_turn()
}
fn add_total(&mut self, choice: u8) {
self.total += choice;
}
fn next_turn(&mut self) {
self.turn += 1;
}
fn whose_turn(&self) -> &Player {
let index: usize = ((self.turn + self.start) % 2).into();
&self.players[index]
}
fn get_total(&self) -> u8 {
self.total
}
fn get_remaining(&self) -> u8 {
21 - self.total
}
fn max_choice(&self) -> u8 {
match self.get_remaining() {
1 => 1,
2 => 2,
_ => 3
}
}
fn get_turn(&self) -> u8 {
self.turn
}
}
 
fn main() {
let mut game_count = 0;
let mut players = vec![
Player::new("human", PlayerType::Human, 0),
Player::new("computer", PlayerType::Computer, 1),
];
println!("21 Game");
println!("Press enter key to start");
{
let _ = io::stdin().read_line(&mut String::new());
}
loop {
game_count += 1;
let mut game = Game::init(&players);
let winner = game.play();
{
let mut index = 0;
while index < players.len() {
if players[index].get_name() == winner.get_name() {
players[index].add_win();
}
index += 1
}
}
println!("\n{} won game {}\n", winner.get_name(), game_count);
// limit game count
if game_count >= 10000 {
break;
}
// ask player if they want to keep on playing
println!("Press enter key to play again (or quit):");
let mut reply = String::new();
io::stdin()
.read_line(&mut reply)
.expect("Failed to read line");
if reply.trim() == "quit" {
break;
}
// level up computer
if winner.get_name() != "computer" {
println!("Computer leveling up ...");
players[1].level_up();
println!("Computer now level {}!", players[1].get_level());
println!("Beware!\n");
}
}
println!("player: {} win: {}", players[0].get_name(), players[0].wins);
println!("player: {} win: {}", players[1].get_name(), players[1].wins);
}
 

Visual Basic .NET[edit]

Platform: .NET

Works with: Visual Basic .NET version 2019

To compile this program you need to create a Visual Basic .NET project called Game21vb in Microsoft Visual Studio and paste (removing the previous content) to the MainWindow.xaml and MainWindow.xaml.vb files the source code given below.

The file MainWindow.xaml.vb with Visual Basic source code.

' Game 21 in VB.NET - an example for Rosetta Code
 
Class MainWindow
Private Const GOAL As Integer = 21
Private total As Integer = 0
Private random As New Random
 
Private Sub Update(box As TextBox, player As String, move As Integer)
total = total + move
box.Text = move
boxTotal.Text = total
If total + 1 > GOAL Then button1.IsEnabled = False
If total + 2 > GOAL Then button2.IsEnabled = False
If total + 3 > GOAL Then button3.IsEnabled = False
If total = GOAL Then
winner.Content = $"The winner is {player}."
End If
End Sub
 
Private Sub Ai()
Dim move As Integer = 1
For i = 1 To 3
If (total + i - 1) Mod 4 = 0 Then move = i
Next i
For i = 1 To 3
If total + i = GOAL Then move = i
Next i
Update(boxAI, "AI", move)
End Sub
 
Private Sub Choice(sender As Object, e As RoutedEventArgs) _
Handles button1.Click, button2.Click, button3.Click
Update(boxHuman, "human", sender.Content)
If total < GOAL Then Ai()
End Sub
 
' StartGame method handles both OnLoad (WM_INIT?) event
' as well as the restart of the game after user press the 'restart' button.
'
Private Sub StartGame(sender As Object, e As RoutedEventArgs) Handles restart.Click
 
total = 0
 
boxAI.Text = ""
boxHuman.Text = ""
boxTotal.Text = ""
'first.Content = "" ' It is not necessary, see below.
winner.Content = ""
 
button1.IsEnabled = True
button2.IsEnabled = True
button3.IsEnabled = True
 
' The random.Next(2) return pseudorandomly either 0 or 1. Generally
' random.Next(n) Return a value from 0 (inclusive) To n - 1 (inclusive).
'
If random.Next(2) = 0 Then
first.Content = "First player is AI player."
Ai()
Else
first.Content = "First player is human player."
End If
End Sub
End Class

The file MainWindow.xaml with GUI source code written in XAML.

<Window x:Class="MainWindow"
xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation"
xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml"
xmlns:d="http://schemas.microsoft.com/expression/blend/2008"
xmlns:mc="http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/markup-compatibility/2006"
xmlns:local="clr-namespace:Game21vb"
mc:Ignorable="d"
Title="Game 21" Height="292" Width="409" Loaded="StartGame">
<Grid>
<TextBlock
HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="10,10,0,0" TextWrapping="Wrap" VerticalAlignment="Top" Height="64" Width="376">
Game 21 is a two player game, the game is played by choosing a number (1, 2, or 3) to be added to the running total.
The game is won by the player whose chosen number causes the running total to reach exactly 21.
The running total starts at zero.
</TextBlock>
<Label Content="AI" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="60,121,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="49" HorizontalContentAlignment="Right"/>
<Label Content="Human" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="60,152,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top" HorizontalContentAlignment="Right"/>
<Label Content="Total" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="60,183,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="49" HorizontalContentAlignment="Right"/>
<TextBox x:Name="boxAI" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Height="23" Margin="114,125,0,0" TextWrapping="Wrap" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="120" IsReadOnly="True"/>
<TextBox x:Name="boxHuman" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Height="23" Margin="114,156,0,0" TextWrapping="Wrap" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="120" IsReadOnly="True"/>
<TextBox x:Name="boxTotal" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Height="23" Margin="114,187,0,0" TextWrapping="Wrap" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="120" IsReadOnly="True"/>
<Button x:Name="button1" Content="1" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="114,220,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="25"/>
<Button x:Name="button2" Content="2" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="144,220,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="25"/>
<Button x:Name="button3" Content="3" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="174,220,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="25"/>
<Button x:Name="restart" Content="restart" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="215,220,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="75"/>
<Label x:Name="winner" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="245,184,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="133"/>
<Label x:Name="first" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="10,79,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top"/>
</Grid>
</Window>