• Generates a random number between 1 and 100.
• Allows the user 10 tries to guess what the number is.
• Validates the user input (if user-input 100 or user-input<0) then this is invalid input and should not cost the user to lose any tries.
• Gives feedback for each time the user makes a guess. The feedback tells the user whether the number entered is bigger, smaller, or equal to the number generated (and exits the program).
• Tells the user if they lost after he/she consumes all the 10 tries. Gives the user 10 tries to guess the number. If the user exhausts the 10 ties. The user loses.Now, this is a very typical program. But we will add a twist to it. After 2 unsuccessful tries, the program should start offering hints for the users (by having the user input the number 0).· Each hint should be generated within a function of its own.
· Each hint will cost the user two tries (the program should indicate this to the user)
· The user is allowed a max of 3 hints only.
· The program should randomly pick which hint it is going to use and display to the user.
The hints are of your choice, but here are a couple (feel free to introduce others):
1- The number is bigger than or equal the square of some X (X is an integer and is the largest integer square that is less than the user input)
2- The number is smaller than or equal the square of some K (K is an integer and is the smallest integer square that is larger than the user input)
3- The number is a multiple of some Y (Y is an integer)
4- The number is even or odd
5- The number is one digit