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Julian Turner:-
Your tic tac toe algorithm is flawed!

Assuming a grid

123
456
789

If I put a circle in 6, the program puts an x in 5, I put a circle in 1, the program then puts an x in 3 ??, leaving me with a win on 7.
(04.09.2008, 07:12)

Julian Turner:-
Sorry, the order is c6,x6,c1,x2,c8,x3??,c7

It then says "I [as in computer] win"!!
(04.09.2008, 07:15)

Stu:-
fixed
(04.09.2008, 08:16)

Julian Turner:-
Not fixed when I tried just now! IE6 (dont ask).

Although strangely, if I rotate the above moves, so it is the same pattern, but rotated by 90, or flipped, the computer does fine.
(12.09.2008, 14:16)

Dirk:-
Got the same:
My moves:6-1-8-7 leave me with 4 to win.
No big deal, css-demo-point well taken.
(19.10.2008, 13:22)

Jeremy Bonhomme:-
Sequence is 6, 1, 8, 7, then leaves you 4 to win
(18.09.2009, 14:32)



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