Beyond Code: An Introduction to Model-Driven Software Development (CISC 836, Winter 2020)
Assignment 2 (MDD with RSARTE)
Due: Thurs, Feb 13
Game play consists of a sequence of rounds. In each round, the referee should ask each player for their choice, collect the responses, and determine the outcome. Each round can have one of three possible outcomes: Player 1 wins, Player 2 wins, or there is a tie (because both players returned the same choice to the referee). When asked for her choice, a player should randomly return one of the three possible choices (Rock, Paper, or Scissors). The choice should be determined using a random number generator.
The number of rounds played in a game should depend on a command line parameter bestOf. The game should end as soon as a winner can be determined and after bestOf rounds the latest. In other words, the game should end as soon as it has become impossible for one player to lose (and for the other player to win), assuming a maximum of bestOf rounds. For instance, if bestOf is 1, game play always consists of exactly 1 round. If bestOf is 2, game play always consists of exactly 2 rounds. However, if bestOf is 3, game play could end after 2 rounds (if one player has won both of these rounds), but must end after 3 rounds. If bestOf is 7, the game could end after 4, 5, 6, or 7 rounds. Note that regardless of the value of bestOf, a game can always have 3 different outcomes (Player 1 wins, Player 2 wins, or the game is tied).
Your design should