# Tic Tac Toe game in Python

Most of what I’m writing is pretty quick and dirty as I’m crashing through a lot of stuff to learn. My variable/function/class names are most likely not efficient and I still need to get a lot of the PEP8 formatting down.

That said, I put a quick Tic Tac Toe game together in Python. I’m going to add some decision logic for the computer to run blocks and common Tic Tac Toe strategy, but for now it’s just a dumb chooser.

Can I consolidate a lot of the code here? I think a lot of it is repetitive and it seems to me it could be much more efficient.

``````#!/usr/bin/env python3

'''

Basic Tic Tac Toe game - Chris Gleason 2015

'''

from random import randint

whowon = 'no'
coords = [ [ '[1]' , '[2]' , '[3]'] , [ '[4]' ,'[5]' , '[6]' ] , [ '[7]' , '[8]' , '[9]' ] ]

def printmatrix():

'''
Function to print out the Tic Tac Toe Matrix
'''

print (' This is the matrix of the co-ordinates ')
print ('''
''')

print ('' , coords[0][0] , 't' , coords[0][1] , 't' , coords[0][2])
print ('' , coords[1][0] , 't' , coords[1][1] , 't' , coords[1][2])
print ('' , coords[2][0] , 't' , coords[2][1] , 't' , coords[2][2])
print ('')

def wincondition():

'''
This Fucntion defines wether a player has won and if so who has won before allowing
execution of the playturn function.
'''

if coords[0][0] == "[X]" and coords [0][1] == "[X]" and coords[0][2] == "[X]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'player'

elif coords[1][0] == "[X]" and coords [1][1] == "[X]" and coords[1][2] == "[X]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'player'

elif coords[2][0] == "[X]" and coords [2][1] == "[X]" and coords[2][2] == "[X]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'player'

elif coords[0][0] == "[X]" and coords [1][0] == "[X]" and coords[2][0] == "[X]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'player'

elif coords[0][1] == "[X]" and coords [1][1] == "[X]" and coords[2][1] == "[X]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'player'

elif coords[0][2] == "[X]" and coords [1][2] == "[X]" and coords[2][2] == "[X]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'player'

elif coords[0][0] == "[X]" and coords [1][1] == "[X]" and coords[2][2] == "[X]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'player'

elif coords[0][2] == "[X]" and coords [1][1] == "[X]" and coords[2][0] == "[X]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'player'

elif coords[0][0] == "[O]" and coords [0][1] == "[O]" and coords[0][2] == "[O]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'computer'

elif coords[1][0] == "[O]" and coords [1][1] == "[O]" and coords[1][2] == "[O]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'computer'

elif coords[2][0] == "[O]" and coords [2][1] == "[O]" and coords[2][2] == "[O]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'computer'

elif coords[0][0] == "[O]" and coords [1][0] == "[O]" and coords[2][0] == "[O]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'computer'

elif coords[0][1] == "[O]" and coords [1][1] == "[O]" and coords[2][1] == "[O]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'computer'

elif coords[0][2] == "[O]" and coords [1][2] == "[O]" and coords[2][2] == "[O]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'computer'

elif coords[0][0] == "[O]" and coords [1][1] == "[O]" and coords[2][2] == "[O]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'computer'

elif coords[0][2] == "[O]" and coords [1][1] == "[O]" and coords[2][0] == "[O]":
iswon = 'yes'
whowon = 'computer'

else:
iswon = 'no'

if iswon == 'yes':
print ('The game is over! ' ,  whowon , ' won!')
exit(0)

def playturn():

'''
This Function adds logic to the players turn to decide wether or not
the space is taken or or not and marks the grid accordingly
'''

wincondition()
goodroll = 'no'
while goodroll != 'yes':
playerchoice = input ('Which co-ordinate would you like to mark?')

if playerchoice == "1" and coords[0][0] == "[1]":
coords[0][0] = "[X]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif playerchoice == "2" and coords[0][1] == "[2]":
coords[0][1] = "[X]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif playerchoice == "3" and coords[0][2] == "[3]":
coords[0][2] = "[X]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif playerchoice == "4" and coords[1][0] == "[4]":
coords[1][0] = "[X]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif playerchoice == "5" and coords[1][1] == "[5]":
coords[1][1] = "[X]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif playerchoice == "6" and coords[1][2] == "[6]":
coords[1][2] = "[X]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif playerchoice == "7" and coords[2][0] == "[7]":
coords[2][0] = "[X]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif playerchoice == "8" and coords[2][1] == "[8]":
coords[2][1] = "[X]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif playerchoice == "9" and coords[2][2] == "[9]":
coords[2][2] = "[X]"
goodroll = 'yes'

else:
print('None of those coordiantes are available!')

def compturn():

'''
This function adds decision logic to the computers turn, picks a random number
and keeps looping until it picks a valid unchosen spot on the grid.
'''

wincondition()
goodroll = 'no'
while goodroll != 'yes':
compchoice  = randint(1,9)

if compchoice == 1 and coords[0][0] == "[1]":
coords[0][0] = "[O]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif compchoice == 2 and coords[0][1] == "[2]":
coords[0][1] = "[O]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif compchoice == 3 and coords[0][2] == "[3]":
coords[0][2] = "[O]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif compchoice == 4 and coords[1][0] == "[4]":
coords[1][0] = "[O]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif compchoice == 5 and coords[1][1] == "[5]":
coords[1][0] = "[O]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif compchoice == 6 and coords[1][2] == "[6]":
coords[1][0] = "[O]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif compchoice == 7 and coords[2][0] == "[7]":
coords[2][0] = "[O]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif compchoice == 8 and coords[2][1] == "[8]":
coords[2][1] = "[O]"
goodroll = 'yes'

elif compchoice == 9 and coords[2][2] == "[9]":
coords[2][2] = "[O]"
goodroll = 'yes'

else:
goodroll = 'no'

print('Computer choice is: ' , compchoice)

print ('Welcome to tic tac toe!')
print ('You are X and the computer is O')

while whowon != 'yes':
print ('''
''')
printmatrix()
playturn()
compturn()
``````