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Rock,paper,scissors With python

Anonmike
Am mike a passionate programmer am 14years old,lives in Nigeria Am into web development and machine learningAm good atHTML,CSS,JavaScript,C++ and python and not to forget gaming 😉
・2 min read

Ok guys this is my first post here on Dev and today am gonna be talking on making rock paper scissors using Python
So let's get started

Requirements:
Python IDLE
Tkinter module (inbuilt moudle)
Radom module (inbuilt Python module)

As we all see all the module needed for this programme are all inbuilt Python module I.e the don't need to be downloaded

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import tkinter
import random

stats = []

def get_winner(call):
if random.random() <= (1 / 3):
choose = "rock"
elif (1 / 3) < random.random() <= (2 / 3):
choose = "scissors"
else:
choose = "paper"

if (choose == "rock" and call == "paper") or (choose == "paper" and call == "scissors") \
        or (choose == "scissors" and call == "rock"):
    stats.append('W')
    result = "You won"
elif choose == call:
    stats.append('D')
    result = "It's a tie"
else:
    stats.append('L')
    result = "You lost"

global output
output.config(text="Computer choosed: " + choose + "\n" + result)
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def pass_s():
get_winner("scissors")

def pass_r():
get_winner("rock")

def pass_p():
get_winner("paper")

window = tkinter.Tk()

scissors = tkinter.Button(window, text="Scissors", bg="red", padx=10, pady=5, command=pass_s, width=15)
rock = tkinter.Button(window, text="Rock", bg="grey", padx=10, pady=5, command=pass_r, width=15)
paper = tkinter.Button(window, text="Paper", bg="white", padx=10, pady=5, command=pass_p, width=20)
output = tkinter.Label(window, width=30, fg="red", text="What's your call?")

scissors.pack(side="left")
rock.pack(side="left")
paper.pack(side="left")
output.pack(side="right")
window.mainloop()

for i in stats: print(i, end=" ")
if stats.count('L') > stats.count('W'):
result = "\nYou loose"
elif stats.count('L') == stats.count('W'):
result = "\n its a draw."
else:
result = "\nYou win"

print(result)

Happy programming ❤❤

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