Computer games are nearly as old as electronic computers themselves. The first tic-tac-toe game was programmed on an EDSAC vacuum-tube computer. Your job will be to expand the Battleship program started in earlier labs into a fully-playable game.
4.2 The game of Battleship
Wikipedia has a thorough description of the origins of the game of Battleship. For purposes of this assignment, follow the following rules.
1.The game is played between two players (one human and one computer for your program).
2.Each player has an identical set of ships. Each ship has a length, a name (e.g., “submarine”), and a symbol (a letter, e.g., “S”).
3.Each player has a grid, called the “battle board”, which is mostly hidden from the other player. The grid is used for marking the locations of the pl
Gambling has a long (and sordid) history on the internet. The history of computer games, however, is
quite a bit older than the internet. For this program, you will develop and code a game ofthree-card
poker. The computer (the Dealer) will play against a single human player (the Player). Your program
should present the game as described below.
4.2 Rules of Three-card Poker
The Player starts with a stake: some pre-determined amount of money ($100 in your program). A
game of Poker consists of a set of sub-games. Before beginning a sub-game, the Player must be able
to bet the ante, a pre-determined amount of money ($10 in your program). In each sub-games, both
the Player and Dealer is dealt a hand of three cards. Each can see their own cards, but not the others.
After seeing the hand, the Player must determine whether he will play or fold. If the Player folds, he
forfeits the ante: his stake is reduced by the ante amount. If the Player elects to play, then the Dealer
must either play or