Can someone help me fix this code? C#?
The code is allowing me to put o's on the form, but is not switching between "x" and "o"
bool turn = true; // true = X's , false = O's
int turncount = 0; // this count the numbers of passed turns
Button b = (Button)sender; // take the properties of the button clicked
if (turn == true) // if "turn" is true, this means it is X's turn, so we write "X" in the button
b.Text = "X"; // otherwise we write O
if (turn == false) // If " turn" is not "true" then we write O
b.Text = "O";
turn = !turn;
- A Yahoo UserLv 74 weeks ago
You don't have a loop.
There's no looping instruction (while, for, etc.)
what should happen to THAT program
is that the program runs only once
starting out with
turn = true
it sets b.Text = "X"
then it sets turn = false
adds one to turncount