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    Hello everyone, so I have a question regarding the problem with my code, to the question I have attached below. Could anyone tell me if anything is wrong? So here is my code;

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    tell me if anything is wrong
    Please explain why you think there might be anything wrong. Copy the program's output and paste it here with comments about what you think the problem is.

    If you have questions please post them here, not a link.

    One problem I see is that there are lots of for statements the do NOT have {}s to enclose the code in the for block. That will put a bug into the program the first time code is added to any of those for statements.
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Please explain why you think there might be anything wrong. Copy the program's output and paste it here with comments about what you think the problem is.

    If you have questions please post them here, not a link.

    One problem I see is that there are lots of for statements the do NOT have {}s to enclose the code in the for block. That will put a bug into the program the first time code is added to any of those for statements.
    To me it seems logically correct, it does not seem to give a compilation error even when i run it on something. It does look messy, however I dont get where in the logic it might be incorrect as no compilation error is given.

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    Why do you say: tell me if anything is wrong?
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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    Because I do not have any reference paper where I can compare my answer with, and also I think there might have been some error in the if (gameLevel == 2) stage, because I feel there are too many conflicting if and nested ifs. Im not entirely sure if it is wrong or correct, which is why I posted to see if more experienced members could highlight the error in my code.

    And you told me that it would put a bug in to my code because of the absence of {}s, so I tried to compile it, and there seems to be no error. However just because there are no compilation errors does not mean there doesn't exist a logic error?

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    I'm not sure what you are asking. If you don't have any idea if the code is doing what you want or not, what can anyone suggest?

    Make a small, complete program that compiles, executes and shows some error, describe the error and show what you want the program to output.
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    nevermind

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