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print "Content-type: text/html"; use CGI; $query = new CGI; print "<HTML><HEAD><title>Guess the number.</title></HEAD><BODY>"; print "<H1>DIRECTIONS:<br>Guess a number between 1 and 100 inclusiv +e.\n\n</H1>"; $random = int(rand(100)+1); for ($try=6;$try>0;$try--) { print "You have 1 try left. Use it wisely!<br>" if($try ==1); print "You have $try tries left.<br>" if($try !=1); print "What is your guess? --><br>"; print '<INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="guess">'; print '<INPUT TYPE = "submit"><br>'; print "HA! HA! too HIGH." if ($guess>$random); print "OH! NO! too LOW." if ($guess<$random); if ($guess==$random){ print "'Bout time you guessed it. Stupid head.<br><br>" ; print"</BODY>"; exit; # print "The answer was $random. And so is your IQ.\n\n\nSTUPID +!!\n\n";exit; } } print "The answer was $random.<br> And so is your IQ.<br><br><br>STUPI +D!!"; print"</BODY>"; exit;
There we go patty k... much cleaner.. htmled up even, the \n was doing NOTHING so I changed it to: <br>

In reply to Re: Re: Re: Re: Guess the number by Mongo Job
in thread Guess the number by chip_creep

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