```
# bagels.py
# Bagels is a deductive logic game where you must guess a number based on clues
# by: Scott Gordon
import random
NUM_DIGITS = 3
MAX_GUESSES = 10
def main():
print("***** Welcome to Bagels, A Deductive Logic Game. *****")
print(f'''I am thinking of a {NUM_DIGITS}-digit number with no repeated digits.
Try to guess what it is. Here are some clues:
When I say: That means:
Pico One digit is correct but in the wrong position.
Fermi One digit is correct and in the right position.
Bagels No digit is correct.
For example, if the secret number was 248 and your guess was 843, the
clues would be Fermi Pico.''')
while True:
secret_num = get_secret_num()
print('I have thought up a number.')
print(f' You have {MAX_GUESSES} guesses to get it.')
num_guesses = 1
while num_guesses <= MAX_GUESSES:
guess = ''
while len(guess) != NUM_DIGITS or not guess.isdecimal():
print(f'Guess #{num_guesses}')
guess = input('> ')
clues = get_clues(guess, secret_num)
print(clues)
num_guesses += 1
if guess == secret_num:
break
if num_guesses > MAX_GUESSES:
print('You ran out of guesses.')
print(f'The answer was {secret_num}')
print('Do you want to play again? (yes or no)')
if not input('> ').lower().startswith('y'):
break
print('Thanks for playing!')
def get_secret_num():
"""Returns a string made up of NUM_DIGITS unique random digits."""
numbers = list('0123456789')
random.shuffle(numbers)
secret_num = ''
for i in range(NUM_DIGITS):
secret_num += str(numbers[i])
return secret_num
def get_clues(guess, secret_num):
"""Returns a string with the pico, fermi, bagels clues for a guess
and secret number pair."""
if guess == secret_num:
return 'You got it'
clues = []
for i in range(len(guess)):
if guess[i] == secret_num[i]:
clues.append('Fermi')
elif guess[i] in secret_num:
clues.append('Pico')
if len(clues) == 0:
return 'Bagels'
else:
clues.sort()
return ' '.join(clues)
if __name__ == '__main__':
main()
```

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