Remember Tic Tac Toe? See Wikipedia if you can’t remember the rules, or if you haven’t ever played. It involves a couple of players, a simple board, checking for victory in a game loop… all the conditions that make it a fun little problem to solve using our newfound OOP sea legs. Let’s build it!
Build a tic-tac-toe game on the command line where two human players can play against each other and the board is displayed in between turns.
- Think about how you would set up the different elements within the game… What should be a class? Instance variable? Method? A few minutes of thought can save you from wasting an hour of coding.
- Build your game, taking care to not share information between classes any more than you have to.
- Post your solution below, then check out this example solution from RosettaCode.org.
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