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PigPlayer

# PigPlayer - PigPlayer.java Author Lewis and Loftus Solution...

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//******************************************************************** // PigPlayer.java Author: Lewis and Loftus // // Solution to Programming Project 4.4 //******************************************************************** / import java.util.Scanner; import java.util.*; i //========================================================================= // The PigPlayer class represents one player of the game, either the // human player or the computer. Each player tracks his total points // and the points accumulated this round. The player's limit is the // number of points he is willing to accumulate in one round before // passing to the next player. This is dynamic for the human player. //========================================================================= class PigPlayer { public final static int ASK = -1; // prompt for round termination private int total; // total points accumulated in game private int round; // points accumulated in current round private int limit; // pass tolerance private static PairOfDice dice = new PairOfDice(); //----------------------------------------------------------------- // Initializes the point accumulators to zero, and the round // limit as specified. //----------------------------------------------------------------- public PigPlayer (int max) { total = 0; round = 0; limit = max; } //----------------------------------------------------------------- // Rolls the dice once and deals with the results.

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