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> Date: Sat, 16 Dec 2006 20:40:16 -0600
> From: "Wendy Petti" <wpetti@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: zehavawi1@xxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Blackjack project too large to send to MWForum
> Hi Zehava,
> I notice you've tried a couple of times to send a Blackjack
> project to the MWForum. There is a size limit on the projects
> that can be sent as attachments to the forum, and even the zip
> version is too large (roughly 800K); it bounced twice.
> If you want feedback on the project, I wonder if it is possible
> for you to upload the project somewhere, or perhaps you could
> send it directly to Daniel and he could upload it to the OWL
> server and send a link to the MWForum so that people could access
> it that way and try to give you help with it.
> Daniel's email is da.ajoy@xxxxxxxxx
> Good luck,
On 18 Dec 2006 at 6:28, zehava wizman wrote:
> Hi Daniel!
> I tried to send the attached project 2 times, and its had problem
> with its size, so Wendy advised me to send it to your E-mail.
> My questions were:
> 1. I think I saw before ,in your Site, project similar to the
> game BlackJek, Did someone knows about it?
Could it be this one:
> 2. HIT_ME procedure has to bring each time a new random card , if
> the first turtle was changed its ought to go to the next turtle
> and so on.
> The procedure used IF statement, but the second HIT_ME brings
> two card ( its according to the conditions ....) How can I do
> that each time one card will appear in the next turtle ( the
> proc has to check if the previous turtle has been changed)?
Attached is my proposed solution to your problem. I think Jeff
already mentioned it.
> Thanks, Zehava Wizman
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