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Lab 1 Debugging Game of Nim UC.docx

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Lab 1: Debugging the Game of Nim UC The game of Nim is a two player game in which the players take turns removing items from a pile. Each player can take at most half of the remaining items, but must take at least 1. The person to take the last item loses. Your friend has tried to write a program to allow a user to play Nim against the computer. Unfortunately, the code is not working. You now must use your new-found debugging prowess to identify and fix the errors. Download the file Game_Of_Nim_UC_Errors.m from the metasite and get started. As you are working, complete the table below describing each error and how you fixed the error. 74-45 Line Number Description of Error and How You Fixed it 21 The number of bears will be 100 every time. Changed the rand() command
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