I wanted to code console applications in several languages. I picked the simple GUESS A NUMBER game to implement.
The game is played by having the computer secretly select a number between 1 and some maximum number. The player then has to guess what the number is. The computer will tell the player if their guess is too high or too low. They are given endless attempts and the number of attempts is displayed once the player guesses correctly.
I programmed in the following:
|LANGUAGE||SOFTWARE USED||SOURCE CODE||VIDEO|
|Pascal||Metrowerks CodeWarrior||Text File||Season 1 Episode 1|
|C\C++||Visual Studio 2013||Text File||Season 1 Episode 2|
|Perl||Padre||Text File||Season 1 Episode 3|
|Python||Idle||Text File||Season 1 Episode 4|
|Java||Eclipse||Text File||Season 1 Episode 4|
|C#||Visual Studio 2013||Text File||Season 1 Episode 5|
|Ada||GNAT Studio||Text File||Season 2|
|BASIC||GW-BASIC||Text File||Season 2|
|COBOL||OpenCobolIDE||Text File||Season 2|
|Lua||ZeroBrane Studio||Text File||Season 2|
|Visual Basic||Visual Studio 2019||Text File||Season 2|
Episode 1 starts out quite slow and somewhat boring until I get into the actual coding. Next time I do this, I will separate out the planning stage into it's own video.'