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#include<stdio.h>
#include<stdlib.h>
#include<time.h>


int level1(int); // declaring function for level 1 
int level2(int); // declaring function for level 2
int level3(int); // declaring function for level 3
int main(){
	int numOfLives1 = 3;
	int numOfLives2 = 5;
	int numOfLives3 = 10;
	
	srand(time(NULL)); // a formula found on google for random generator.
	
	numOfLives2 = level1(numOfLives1); // calling the function and since i added the lives in the function, then the returned integer is the new lives for level 2
	if ( numOfLives2 != 0 ){
		numOfLives3 = level2(numOfLives2); // if user guesses the number within his lives, then he can go to level 3, which is also the same syntax as the second level live.
		if ( numOfLives3 != 0){
			level3(numOfLives3); // if user guesses the number within his lives, then he wins the game.
		}
	}

	 
	
	return 0;

}
//defining the function
int level1(int numOfLives1){ // defining the function for level 1
	int nComputerSecretNumber;	// variable for secret number
	int nUserInput; // variable for user input
	int nMin = 1; // setting the range between 1 and 10 
	int nMax = 10;
	printf("Welcome to level 1 of the Number Guessing Game. \n");
	printf("You have to find the number between the range: 1 - 10: \n");
	printf("You have %d guesses. \n", numOfLives1);
	printf("Enter the guess for computer's secret number: \n");
	scanf("%d", &nUserInput);
	numOfLives1--; // i did this because the user uses a guess when they guess, so the user loses 1 live.
	nComputerSecretNumber = rand()%nMax+nMin; // setting a random to the computer's secret number 


	while(nComputerSecretNumber != nUserInput && numOfLives1 != 0){ // while the user input is not correct and the number of lives is not 0 execute 
		if (nUserInput < nComputerSecretNumber){ 
			printf("The secret number is bigger than %d\n", nUserInput);
		} 
		else{
			printf("The secret number is smaller than %d\n", nUserInput);
		}
		printf("The number of the remaining guesses is: %d\n", numOfLives1);
		numOfLives1--; 
		printf("The number is not correct. Try again.\n ");
		scanf("%d", &nUserInput);
		
	}
	if ( numOfLives1 == 0){ // if is the last guess and he guesses in the last guess then we store that in the number of lives so that he can go to the second level
		if (nUserInput == nComputerSecretNumber){
			printf("Congratulations!!! %d was the correct number. \n", nComputerSecretNumber);
			numOfLives1 += 5;
		}
		else{
			printf(" You've used all your guesses. The game is over.\n"); //if he doesn't then game is over.
			printf(" The correct number was %d", nComputerSecretNumber);
		}
	}
	else{
		printf("Congratulations!!! %d was the correct number. \n", nComputerSecretNumber); // or if he does before the last guess then add those plus the main lives for level 2
		numOfLives1 += 5;

	}
	return numOfLives1;

}

int level2(int numOfLives2){
	int nComputerSecretNumber;	//same logic as level 1, except the range 
	int nUserInput;
	int nMin = 1;
	int nMax = 100;
	printf("Welcome to level 2 of the Number Guessing Game. \n");
	printf("You have to find the number between the range: 1 - 100: \n");
	printf("You have %d guesses. \n", numOfLives2);
	printf("Enter the guess for computer's secret number: \n");
	scanf("%d", &nUserInput);
	numOfLives2--; // i did this because the user uses a guess when they guess, so the user loses 1 live.
	nComputerSecretNumber = rand()%nMax+nMin;


	while(nComputerSecretNumber != nUserInput && numOfLives2 != 0){
		if (nUserInput < nComputerSecretNumber){		//same logic as 1st level
			printf("The secret number is bigger than %d\n", nUserInput);
		} 
		else{
			printf("The secret number is smaller than %d\n", nUserInput);
		}
		printf("The number of the remaining guesses is: %d\n", numOfLives2);
		numOfLives2--;
		printf("The number is not correct. Try again.\n ");
		scanf("%d", &nUserInput);
		
	}
	if ( numOfLives2 == 0){ // and again same logic as in the first level, so if he guesses in the last live the game continues to level 3. 
		if (nUserInput == nComputerSecretNumber){
			printf("Congratulations!!! %d was the correct number. \n", nComputerSecretNumber);
			numOfLives2 += 10;
		}
		else{
			printf(" You've used all your guesses. The game is over.\n");		// if not game is over 
			printf(" The correct number was %d", nComputerSecretNumber);
		}
	}
	else{
		printf("Congratulations!!! %d was the correct number. \n", nComputerSecretNumber); // or else if he finds before the last guess, add the lives plus the main lives in the 3rd level.
		numOfLives2 += 10;

	}
	return numOfLives2;

}

int level3(int numOfLives3){
	int nComputerSecretNumber;	//same logic as in the upper levels, except the range 
	int nUserInput;
	int nMin = 1;
	int nMax = 1000;
	printf("Welcome to level 3 of the Number Guessing Game. \n");
	printf("You have to find the number between the range: 1 - 1000: \n");
	printf("You have %d guesses.\n", numOfLives3);
	printf("Enter the guess for computer's secret number: \n");
	scanf("%d", &nUserInput);
	numOfLives3--; // i did this because the user uses a guess when they guess, so the user loses 1 live.
	nComputerSecretNumber = rand()%nMax+nMin;


	while(nComputerSecretNumber != nUserInput && numOfLives3 != 0){ //same logic as the upper levels 
		if (nUserInput < nComputerSecretNumber){
			printf("The secret number is bigger than %d\n", nUserInput);
		} 
		else{
			printf("The secret number is smaller than %d\n", nUserInput);
		}
		printf("The number of the remaining guesses is: %d\n", numOfLives3);
		numOfLives3--; 
		printf("The number is not correct. Try again.\n ");
		scanf("%d", &nUserInput);
		
	}
	if ( numOfLives3 == 0){ // same logic as the upper levels 
		if (nUserInput == nComputerSecretNumber){
			printf("Congratulations!!! %d was the correct number. You won the game!!. \n", nComputerSecretNumber);
		}
		else{
			printf(" You've used all your guesses. The game is over.\n");		
			printf(" The correct number was %d", nComputerSecretNumber);
		}
	}
	else{
		printf("Congratulations!!! %d was the correct number. You won the game!! \n", nComputerSecretNumber);
		

	}

}