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```# Define the initial empty board
board = [" ", " ", " ", " ", " ", " ", " ", " ", " "]

# Function to print the board
def print_board():
print(board[0] + " | " + board[1] + " | " + board[2])
print("--|---|--")
print(board[3] + " | " + board[4] + " | " + board[5])
print("--|---|--")
print(board[6] + " | " + board[7] + " | " + board[8])

# Function to check if the game is over
def check_game_over():
# Check rows
for i in range(0, 9, 3):
if board[i] == board[i+1] and board[i+1] == board[i+2] and board[i] != " ":
return True
# Check columns
for i in range(0, 3):
if board[i] == board[i+3] and board[i+3] == board[i+6] and board[i] != " ":
return True
# Check diagonals
if board[0] == board[4] and board[4] == board[8] and board[0] != " ":
return True
if board[2] == board[4] and board[4] == board[6] and board[2] != " ":
return True
# Check if the board is full
if " " not in board:
return True
return False

# Function to play the game
def play_game():
# Define the initial player
current_player = "X"
# Loop until the game is over
while not check_game_over():
# Print the board
print_board()
# Get the player's move
move = input(current_player + "'s turn. Enter a position (1-9): ")
# Check if the move is valid
if not move.isdigit() or int(move) < 1 or int(move) > 9 or board[int(move)-1] != " ":
continue
# Update the board
board[int(move)-1] = current_player
# Switch to the other player
current_player = "O" if current_player == "X" else "X"
# Print the final board
print_board()
# Check who won or if it was a tie
if check_game_over() and " " not in board:
print("It's a tie!")
else:
print(current_player + " wins!")

# Start the game
play_game()
```