Flowcharts

Python bootcamp #100DaysOfCode #myNotes

As programs become bigger or more complicated. It's good to draw a flowchart first, like this one for today's hangman project.
Hangman Flowchart

#begin code
import random
from hangman_art import stages, logo
from hangman_words import word_list
from replit import clear

chosen_word = random.choice(word_list)
word_length = len(chosen_word)
already_guessed = []
end_of_game = False
lives = 6

print(logo)

#Create blanks
display = []
for _ in range(word_length):
    display += "_"

while not end_of_game:
    guess = input("Guess a letter: ").lower()

    #clear the output between guesses.
    clear()

    #Check guessed letter
    for position in range(word_length):
        letter = chosen_word[position]
        if letter == guess:
            display[position] = letter

    #Check if user is wrong.
    if guess in already_guessed:
        print("You already guessed this letter.")
    elif guess not in chosen_word:
        print(
            f"The word does not contain the letter: {guess}.")
        lives -= 1
        if lives == 0:
            end_of_game = True
            print("You lose.")

    #Join all the elements in the list and turn it into a String.
    print(f"{' '.join(display)}")

    #Check if user has got all letters.
    if "_" not in display:
        end_of_game = True
        print("You win.")

    print(stages[lives])
    already_guessed += guess
#end code

Impression of the output:
Hangman


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