[1/4] from: mh983::yahoo::com at: 21-Dec-2001 13:19
The version of TicTacToe in the library seems to have been made unwinnable. How this oversight was allowed to happen I don't know, but it ruined my lunch break :-) If you add this line: if win? game-grid #"X" [clear-game "YOU^/WIN!"] into the check-state function, you will again be allowed to win the game. mike
[2/4] from: arolls:idatam:au at: 24-Dec-2001 15:48
I don't see how you managed to bring it to its knees, though... Anton.
[3/4] from: mh983::yahoo::com at: 24-Dec-2001 11:53
Re: TicTacToe (how to win)
This sequence will always win... 1. top right 2. bottom row, middle column 3. bottom right 4. middle right for the win
[4/4] from: ryanc:iesco-dms at: 27-Dec-2001 10:06
Hey Mike, Thanks for finding that bug. The algrythm now correctly deals with this condition. The new version 1.0.2 has been posted. --Ryan Mike wrote:
> This sequence will always win... > 1. top right
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