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I am trying to code a simple blackjack game with no suits or anything. Just for number values between the dealer and the player. I have it.


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(6) At the beginning, if a player has 21 in two cards, that is "Black Jack" and they win immediately. (7) The totals are added-up as follows.


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Like a method for loops, method for if statements, method for setting and getting variables, etc? They're funny that way. Wait for it Ok, so there's a lot of bad stuff going on in that code and I've even barely scratched the surface. We have a wiki page that explains why Main Is A Pain. Have you been taught about using methods yet or is your teacher the one who's been telling you to jam everything and the kitchen sink into the main method? The other way, of course, will get you out with your code in much better shape than what it's in now. This is my first programming class for my major so sadly she hasn't really touched on methods. How would you ever get dinner ready that way?! You heard that Java is an object-oriented programming language, right? Choose wisely Choose poorly and you're on your own. Boost this thread! Lots of code in one method is BAD. That's "high-level" - you don't have a lot of details, just one command to do something. If you have a crazy idea and it works, it's really valuable. That's kind of like how you want to layer your program instructions. It just takes a little bit of organization and logical thinking. One more little detail to get out of the way. I believe the best decision would be to clean my way out, as I for sure don't want to leave my code in a bigger mess than when it started. Ideally, it would look something like this: play ; That's it! So, "deal a card" is something you DO. Instead of having to cook, eat, shower , attend to bodily functions, sleep, study, exercise, and entertain in the same room of your house, i. Note that it doesn't matter who you are dealing to, the process is the same - select a card from what's left in the deck. You put everything in your main method. Methods for getting and setting variables are OK - they're sometimes called "getters" and "setters", or "accessors" and "mutators" I think , but they are part of a class like a Player class. I type in "y" to play again and it will say I won - just by typing in y to play again! Hack your way out or Clean your way out? Because you have put all your code into the same method, you have amassed a huge amount of it. This gradual breaking down of the problem from high-level to more details, then to even more details as you drill down and finally arrive at the smallest task, like "Mom, how do I peel the potatoes? Well, the first thing you want to do is reformat your code so that it's properly aligned. Simple blackjack java game. Utterly lost and frightened, Exiting a while loop. So, would it be organized by different data types? You choose. I'm not sure if you're going to start defining your own classes yet As Fred said, your program is broken out by actions. Just for number values between the dealer and the player. The right way is not always the easiest way though. Mom held off giving you those details until just the right moment when you were ready to follow that many detailed instructions to a Tee. Can't find problem with my blackjack game. A few things that led you to the place where you find yourself now: painted into a corner and wondering how the heck you're going to get out of it. Ya think she would've taught us such a simple trick! It's kind of like how your mom might ask you to cook Thanksgiving dinner. So, however many "things" it is that you want to do, that's how many "rooms" you're going to create and that's where you're going to move all the clutter you have in main out to. So, there are at least two ways you can try to get yourself out of this sticky situation you're in: 1. It's one of the first things I taught my son when he enrolled in his first programming course in college last year. As much as you probably hate to hear it, she has just been having us cram everything into the main method so far, which after your description doesn't seem like the logical way to do it. Thank you for the response, this is stressing me out to say the least. That's the goal. Does that make sense? Clean your way out. So you don't feel too bad, let me just say that it's a pleasant surprise to see someone use something like "n".

The best ideas are the crazy ones. Next reply, we'll talk about what you can beginner blackjack java to get out of that corner.

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It's not that complicated. Beginner blackjack java your way out. Good deal. When you get home, you're like "Ok, I'm here, what do I do now? There are a couple things right about that little gem in the muck around it but just look at it for a little bit if you want to feel better.

I like beginner blackjack java call them "behaviors" because I find that helps shift your mindset to a place where it's more natural to think of the programs as living, sentient "things", i.

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There are only two hard things in computer science: cache invalidation, naming things, and off-by-one errors. I am trying to code a simple blackjack game with no suits or anything. I'm gonna try to tidy it up to make it easier to understand and maybe that'll help with trying to figure out what exactly is going on with my code. You might want to read that if you want to avoid feeling that pain over and over again. They make code so much easier to read and reference in replies because they provide line numbers to the listing. Forum: Beginning Java. I really like the idea of having separate methods as it would be so much easier to organize thoughts and not get lost in your own code. Its frustrating and if anyone could point me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated. Your example made it very easy to understand the concept. I like Hi Mike, Welcome to the Ranch! Here's an antidote disguised as a tiny ad:. That will give you something like the listing below; I added some blank lines to get separation between a few logical parts of the code another favor Such a simple command to format my entire code, gee that would've been nice to know Yeah, you'd think that would be one of the first things they teach but no. Everybody else is bringing a different dish for dinner. As a courtesy to a newcomer such as yourself, we will add those for you this time. Have you made your choice on which way you want to go? All jumbled up and confusing as heck. Start with the large one-liner command in the main method. Giving you all of those detailed instructions up front would have been like the mess that you find right now in your main method, right? Villains always have antidotes. I will definitely take a read at the wiki page that you linked as to avoid this pain over and over again. One way may get you out eventually but it's likely to leave your code in a bigger mess than it's in now. Because you're going to have to create a bunch of smaller methods to separate, segregate, and compartmentalize all the different things that your program is doing right in that one main method. Junilu Lacar. Just think of it for now as something called "functional decomposition" - breaking down your huge problem into smaller, more manageable problems that focus on one small part of the larger whole. Also, think about it as a kind of layering and drilling down from high-level instructions to low-level detailed, step-by-step instructions. Let's not get ahead of ourselves yet though.