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Tictactoe Game
Abhi9 (21)

If you are bored this is the perfect game to play with your family

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Spitfier720 (16)

I'm very confused as to why the bottom left square is square 1 and not the top left square.

Abhi9 (21)

@ESHAANAHUJA1 Thank you for fixing it. I love the comments! Do you guys want me to make more? If you want to join my team reply here.

ESHAANAHUJA1 (2)

i would like you to make more; i do not want to join your team though @Abhi9

Leroy01010 (162)

CAN I HELP!!! (sorry for the caps) @Abhi9

Abhi9 (21)

@Leroy01010 sure i will add you to the team

LizFoster (605)

@Spitfier720 It is this way, because on a keypad, 1 is in the bottom left, and 7 is in the top left.

Spitfier720 (16)

@LizFoster ahhh i see now, thanks!

LizFoster (605)

@Spitfier720 No problem! It is not quite obvious at first, I only knew right away what the problem was, because earlier that day I had made my own Tic-Tac-Toe program and post, and someone asked me about it as well! wwwww

housen (0)

nice game @Abhi9 (20)
but the graphics aren't very good its hard to see them

Abhi9 (21)

@housen I think it is the repl problem because there is no way to fix it.... because it is python

LizFoster (605)

Very nice! May I just suggest some things though? I recently did my own little Tic-Tac-Toe project, and I found that it is much more pleasing on the eyes to clear the previous text before printing the updated material; in other words, define a clear() function that removes all text before proceeding to the next player's turn. You could also use colorama to color whatever spot was last taken, so that if the other player didn't see, they'll still know what happened.

Just some minor suggestions, really well done!

Abhi9 (21)

@LizFoster Thank you sooo much for the suggestion. I will fix that. I am also learning python so if you guys have any suggestion reply so that I can improve.

LizFoster (605)

@Abhi9 It's nice to see someone who's interested in actually learning Python, and not just coding tiny little things that do simplistic equations (though one might call me silly based on my past programs, haha!)..

If you're looking for suggestions, I'd say you should try to learn Turtle. It runs on 2.7 (I think), so be aware of that, but it lets you make programs that create simple visual models; really cool stuff! Check my posts, you will see examples of several Turtle-based programs for mathematical objects, like the Mandelbrot, the Cardioid heart, Logarithms/Inverse Logarithms, and more! No pressure, of course. I just think that you might get a kick out of it. Hope that looks cool to you! ^ ^*

Abhi9 (21)

@LizFoster Ok sure I will check it out. Thanks for the suggestions