One of the classic (and early) games to write on a computer is a "guess my number game." The computer
chooses a random number from 1 to 100, and your job is to try and guess the number in
as few tries as possible.
Continuing your learning of how while loops work, notice we again define a variable
called done, which initially starts out as false. The number to guess is also selected and
stored in a variable called n. Input is read from the keyboard (which is the player's guess)
into variable g. Notice the if g == n statement. If this is true, its body sets done = true,
which will terminate the while-loop.
Now you try. Play the game a few times and see if you can understand how it works.
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