Let’s make a simple keyboard racing game using Python. In the game, the participant clicks a pair of keys in quick succession and the program shows the total time taken by the racer to cover the distance.
As soon as you see ‘GO!’ on screen, start pressing the keys ‘z’ and ‘x’. A ‘*’ sign is shown for every metre covered. Pressing ‘z’ and ‘x’ once will be counted as 1 metre; targets is to cover 10 metres.
msvcrt : Used to get keystroke as input for race time : Used to calculate time taken to complete the race
Note that MSVCRT module can only function on a terminal window, not on a GUI program/IDE.
Below is the code:
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