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The project simply plays the game with the user as โ€œPlayerโ€ and game, this project is really about functions, program design, and arrays. Write a program called shuffle.c that creates, shuffles, and prints out a deck of cards.


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C++ Console Lesson 23: Blackjack Game

There's a skeletal functional specification called BlackJackFunSpec. You should use the current system time as the seed value. The specification should be detailed enough so that another programmer could code it up without having to constantly hassle you for more information. Remember that it takes far more time to make corrections in code than it does in a document, so you're better off figuring out what you're going to do before you do it. There are three structure members needed to represent a Card for this program: the suit , the rank and the card's value. What are the due dates for this project? It will add up the integer values and return the sum total to the caller. If you'd like a some starter code and a sample executable to play around with, I've put some files in your Project01 subdirectory. It will assign the suit, rank and value to every card in the array parameter. As for the structure chart, that's just what we've been doing all along in class. Once your functional specification is filled in to the best of your abilities, you're ready for the coding phase. ShuffleDeck -- This function is responsible for actually shuffling the deck. This function displays the contents of the Card array parameter to the output stream. InitDeck -- This function is responsible for initializing the Card array. BTW, I just want to remind everyone that you're to work independently or else your grade may suffer irreparable consequences as described at the bottom of our syllabus. Essentially you're given a structure declaration that represents a Card. First the array will be initialized so it contains card values as if from a brand-new deck. If the user exceeds 21, a message is displayed informing them of that fact. If this is a tad unclear, you may wish to review the RandArray activity. Here's a tip: DisplayHand receives the base address of an array of Card structures and normally only displays a few cards, but it can also be extremely helpful as a debug function by having it display the entire deck. How to start? After you feel comfortable in your observations, the next thing to do is Study the Card structure and enumerated lists, try to imagine how things fit together and how the data is stored, accessed and processed. So if you're wondering what the Card array contains at any point, you can always just call this function and dump the Card array to an output file so you can examine it later. The structure chart will be due in class on the same day although it should really be the first thing you do. Do it several times so you're clear on how it's supposed to behave. Doing otherwise can seriously sink one's grade, so if you find you're stuck at a particular point and need some help or have any questions, feel free to contact me and I'll try to give you a gentle push in the right direction!{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} But if there are any key points in the program that were left vague or murky in the document, you can bet!! On the other hand, it shouldn't descend to the level of actual code, so you should be articulate and clear but avoid declaring and using variables , save that for the implementation. DisplayCard โ€” This function takes as input a Card variable and is responsible for displaying the card's value to the output stream in human readable format e. Naturally, after this has been done, the contents of the deck isn't in random order. The first phase of effort will be to turn in the functional specification before class meets on Tuesday, November 3 rd. By leaning on the standard library functions, srand and rand. It can do this by randomly selecting cards from a deck that's been initialized and rearranging the order of the cards. Otherwise, once the user has finished drawing cards, it's the dealer's turn to draw as long as the dealer's total is less than Once the dealer has finished, the dealer's points and player's points are compared to determine the winner. Okay, here's your chance to hit the big time! Otherwise, enjoy the game! Then you can begin the design phase. How will you randomly select a card from the initialized deck? Once that's accomplished, you can then call the rand function as many times as you wish to derive a seemingly random sequence of integers. This will not involve writing code, but first by drawing a structure chart, and then by filling out a detailed functional specification. If you do, it will give you the opportunity to figure out most of the details without having to wrestle with a compiler. Notice how it interacts with the user and also the format of the output. If you've done a good job on the specification, this phase is relatively easy, you should encounter few surprises. TallyHand -- This function takes as input a hand of cards and is used to determine the current worth of the player's hand. Just place BlackJackFunSpec. To display each individual card, it can call the DisplayCard function. See BlackJackTable. This new data type will be used to create an array of โ€” you guessed it โ€” 52 elements, each one representing a card from a standard deck we'll forget about the jokers. You can leave your code in the PROJ01 subdirectory as well. The srand function is used to seed the random number generator and is only called once, at the beginning of your program. After the deck has been shuffled, the dealer will be dealt the first card, which is displayed. Do the best you can with these documents! The implementation will be due a week later on Tuesday, November 10 th. The first thing to do is to play the game! {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Programming Project: BlackJack. For the purposes of this project, we're going to keep things relatively simple, so you don't have to worry about handling splits, multiple players, or betting!