// This program creates a simulated player who takes one turn in
the
// Pig dice game. The simulated player keeps rolling the die
until
// the total for the turn is 20 or greater, or until a 1 is
rolled.
// If a 1 is rolled, the player's score for the turn is 0.
Otherwise
// the player's score is the sum of the rolls for the turn.
//
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
#include<iostream>
#include<cstdlib>
#include<time.h>
using namespace std;
int randNumGen(int upper, int lower); // function prototype
int main()
{
int roll; // The value of the die roll
int total_turn = 0; // Player's score for this turn
// Seed the random number generator
srand(static_cast<int> (time(NULL)));
/////////////////////////////////////////
// Start of your code
// Use a while loop to roll the die until the total turn number
is
// 20 or greater, or until a 1 is rolled. if a 1 is rolled
the
// player gets a 0 for the turn.
// Call function randNumGen() to generate a number within the range
1..6
// to simulate the rolling of the die
//output the number of points the simulated player got for the
turn.
// End of your code
/////////////////////////////////////////
system("pause");
return 0;
}//close main()
// function definition
int randNumGen(int upper, int lower) // function
heading
{
// function body
return (rand() % (upper - lower + 1)) + lower;
}
// This program creates a simulated player who takes one turn in the // Pig dice game. The simulated player keeps rolling the die until // the total for the turn is 20 or greater, or until a 1 is rolled. // If a 1 is rolled, the player's score for the turn is 0. Otherwise // the player's score is the sum of the rolls for the turn. // ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// #include<iostream> #include<cstdlib> #include<time.h> using namespace std; int randNumGen(int upper, int lower); // function prototype int main() { int roll; // The value of the die roll int total_turn = 0; // Player's score for this turn // Seed the random number generator srand(static_cast<int> (time(NULL))); ///////////////////////////////////////// // Start of your code // Use a while loop to roll the die until the total turn number is // 20 or greater, or until a 1 is rolled. if a 1 is rolled the // player gets a 0 for the turn. // Call function randNumGen() to generate a number within the range 1..6 // to simulate the rolling of the die while (total_turn < 20 && (roll = randNumGen(1, 6)) != 1) { total_turn += roll; } if (roll == 1) { total_turn = 0; } //output the number of points the simulated player got for the turn. cout << "Total number of points = " << total_turn << endl; // End of your code ///////////////////////////////////////// system("pause"); return 0; }//close main() // function definition int randNumGen(int upper, int lower) // function heading { // function body return (rand() % (upper - lower + 1)) + lower; }
// This program creates a simulated player who takes one turn in the // Pig dice...
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