There should be four files in the directory which are as follows:
blackjack.py --- This is the source file.
blackjack.pyc --- This is the compiled game.
License.txt --- This is a copy of the General Public license agreement.
Readme.txt --- The basic instructions for the game.
As far as how many decks are being used that really isn't specified.
Although, the way it is designed there could be multiple cards of the
same type so we assume there is more than one deck here. That is just
simpler than having to check if a specific card has already been used
or not. Remember I didn't want to make this too complex for beginners
so decided not to go with a full object oriented approach by adding
classes etc to handle things like what cards are in a player's hand or
which cards have already been picked up.
On 11/24/10, Charles Rivard <woofer...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> I haven't looked, but how many decks are being used? Also, should there be
> 3? or 4 files in the unzipped game folder. I've played two games so far,
> and haven't actually won them by going all the way, but started with 100
> dollars and built it up to 1,000, then had to take a break for dinner so
> lost it on purpose in one game, then started with 100 and built it up to
> 3,000 in the second game before having to go off and doing something else
> and so lost on purpose.
> Shepherds are the best beasts!
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