Python Hangman Pseudocode
Ive got the basic templates and if-then statments for when the guess is right or wrong and what template to print out.
Just need help adding elements together 1. Lists 2. methods 3. Variables 4. User input 5. If statements 6. Loops
Im trying to make a really basic python hangman game. Most of the syntax I use resembles pseudocode.
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