@virnuls/

# Fruit Machine

## One of the OCR Coding Challenges

Files
• main.py
main.py
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```from random import randint

# possible symbols
symbol = ("Cherry", "Bell", "Lemon", "Orange", "Star", "Skull")
# start off with £1, but work in pennies to avoid
# floating point errors
credit = 100
response = ""
print("Press Enter to play again; enter any symbol to stop.\n")
while credit >= 20 and response == "":
# list containing fruit machine output
reel = []
# take 20p for the go
credit -= 20
# generate three random symbols
for r in range(3):
reel.append(symbol[randint(0,5)])
print(reel)
# sort the list to facilitate comparison (as two
# symbols the same will be next to each other
reel.sort()
# lose all your money if you get three skulls
if reel.count("Skull") == 3:
credit = 0
# win £5 if you get three bells
elif reel.count("Bell") == 3:
credit += 500
# win £1 for three symbols the same
elif reel[0] == reel[2]:
credit += 100
# lost £1 for two skulls (but don't go negative)
elif reel.count("Skull") == 2:
credit -= min(100,credit)
# win 50p for two symbols the same
elif reel[0] == reel[1] or reel[1] == reel[2]:
credit += 50
# divide credit by 100 and display as £s
print("Credit:","£%.2f" % (credit/100))
if credit >= 20:
response = input()```