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s = [" ", " ", " ", " ", " ", " ", " ", " ", " "]
def render_grid(s):
grid = "\n-----------------\n".join(
[
f" {s[0]} | {s[1]} | {s[2]}\n (1) | (2) | (3)",
f" {s[3]} | {s[4]} | {s[5]}\n (4) | (5) | (6)",
f" {s[6]} | {s[7]} | {s[8]}\n (7) | (8) | (9)"
]
)
print(grid)
def check_win():
_s = list(map(lambda x: x if x.strip() else "", s))
# check columns
for i in [0, 1, 2]:
if _s[i]:
if _s[i] == _s[i + 3] == _s[i + 6]:
return _s[i]
# check rows
for i in [0, 3, 6]:
if _s[i]:
if _s[i] == _s[i + 1] == _s[i + 2]:
return _s[i]
# check diagonal 1
if _s[0] and _s[0] == _s[4] == _s[8]:
return _s[0]
# check diagonal 2
if _s[2] and _s[2] == _s[4] == _s[6]:
return _s[2]
return None
turn = "x"
render_grid(s)
print(f"{turn} turn")
while True:
i = int(input())
if i not in list(range(1, 10)):
print("Invalid input!")
continue
i -= 1
if s[i].strip():
print("Slot taken!")
continue
s[i] = turn
if turn == "x":
turn = "o"
else:
turn = "x"
print("\033c")
render_grid(s)
player = check_win()
if player is not None:
print(f"{player} wins!")
break
print(f"{turn} turn")
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