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This is fairly obviously homework (Hint: If you want to disguise homework, you need to spell-check the text you've added at least as carefully as what you've cut-and-pasted), so you ought to be particularly clear about where you need help. We can all get stuck with homework, and just need a nudge in the right direction to get going again. Monks will be happy to give you that nudge, provided you're honest about it, and give them enough information to help.

You say you need a "strategy", but the assignment is about testing three different "strategies". I suspect you're using the word "strategy" to mean something different, a strategy for comparing strategies - perhaps you could call it a "meta-strategy"?

If I'm wrong, and you really want us to help with game-playing strategies, then you need to tell us what the game is. Even if I'm right, I think telling us what the game is would help us understand the context (though I accept the argument that it could cloud our thinking).

Polonius

In reply to Re: Need a Strategy to work out by Polonius
in thread Need a Strategy to work out by msk_0984

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