Screenshot of part of the output of the code when it runs
It was four weeks into the school semester and our teacher walked into the class one afternoon and said that our next assignment was to write a python code that would allow two humans to play Tic-Tac-Toe.
Basically, the code provided everything to ensure the game worked well i.e the game board, the current state of the board, and the winner.
Since we were just 4 weeks into the semester, I had to use my creativity to put together the little concepts we had learned earlier to accomplish this task.
Starting the project I had some minor bugs that were as a result of some extreme/endpoint values and I also had some complications when I was making use of nested loops.
Generally, I was proud that I was able to complete the task way before the deadline as it gave me more confidence in myself regarding programming.
At first, the project seemed impossible regarding the fact that I just started classes recently, but by breaking down the tasks into smaller tasks and solving them step by step(coming up with working algorithms), I was able to solve the whole problem.