# Rock-Scissor-Paper made Easy with Python – An Introduction to Randomness in Python

## Make your own Rock-Scissor-Paper game with Python using Randomness

How to use Randomness in Python and create a Rock-Scissor-Paper game.

## Step 1: Randomness in Python

To make games interesting you need some unpredictable aspects. This is where randomness is used.

Luckily, Python has a library to make randomness. To simulate rolling a die can be done as follows.

```import random
die = random.randint(1, 6)
print(die)
```

Where randint(1, 6) returns a random integer from 1 to 6, both inclusive.

## Step 2: The Rock-Scissor-Paper game

I think most know the game. If not, read the rules on the wiki.

Let’s try a game of it.

```print("Enter choice \n 1. Rock \n 2. Paper \n 3. Scissor \n")
choice = int(input("Choice: "))
computer_choice = random.randint(1, 3)
if choice == computer_choice:
print("Draw")
elif choice == 1:
if computer_choice == 2:
print("Computer wins, Paper")
else:
print("You win, Scissor")
elif choice == 2:
if computer_choice == 1:
print("You win, Rock")
else:
print("Computer wins, Scissor")
elif choice == 3:
if computer_choice == 1:
print("Computer wins, Rock")
else:
print("You win, Paper")
```

It uses simple input statements to get input from the user. You can learn about input statements here. Then it converst the variable, which you can learn about here.

The new thing is using randomness in your Python code. This is what makes coding fun, it becomes unpredictable.

The rest is simple program flows with if-statements, whcih you can learn about here.

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