It was cool to handle with python deeper than the famous “Hello World”. I am still getting adapted with the new language, but its looks like not to be hard; No variables declarations, no brackets, no square brackets, just indent.

This is the code of my python game:

*#!/usr/bin/python*

*import random
secret=random.randrange(1,100)*

*print ‘###########################’
print ‘# Welcome to guess a number game….. 🙂 #’
print ‘###########################’
print ‘Game Instructions: Your goal is to guess the secret number. ‘
print ‘to play type a number between 1 and 100 and the computer is going to ‘
print ‘say if you have to type a greater number or lower number\n’
print ‘PS: your have a maximum of 10 atempts to guess the number\n’*

*number_tryes=0
while True:
#Test the limit of the number of tryes
if number_tryes > 10:
break*

*#Test if the value entered is a number
try:
guess=int(raw_input(“Enter a guess: “))
except:
print ‘You have to type only numbers’
continue
#Test if the number is in the range
try:
if not 0 <= guess <= 100:
continue
except:
print ‘You have to type a numbe between 1 and 100’
continue*

*if guess<secret:
print “Too low!”
number_tryes+=1
elif guess>secret:
print “Too high!”
number_tryes+=1
else:
number_tryes+=1
print “Correct!\n”
print ‘You typed’, number_tryes , ‘times to guess the magic number’
break
print ‘###########################’*