# Randomization of numbers Part 2

Good day, dear programmers. I am a first-year student (3rd beginning of classes) in the specialty Software Engineering. Before studying, I decided to practice a little with a friend in C ++ and a question arose.

I describe the essence: We want to make a game in which a random number will be selected from 1 to 100 and 5 attempts will be given (for example) to guess the number. Everything turned out for us (even the cases, although it looks like a govnokod), except for the correct randomization. The number when restarting the program remains the same. I can provide the code, although I think that here everything is clear.

``#include <iostream> #include <Windows.h> #include <conio.h> #include <cmath> #include <string> using namespace std; int main(int argc, char *argv[]){ int x, correct, attempts; correct = rand()%100+1; attempts = 15; string padej; cout << "Zdarova! Nachinaem igry\n\n"; start: if (attempts <= 15 && attempts >= 5) { padej = " popytok"; } if (attempts <=4 && attempts >=2) { padej = " popytki"; } if (attempts == 1) { padej = " popytka"; } if (attempts == 0) { cout << "You've lost"; Sleep(5000); return 0; } cout << "U vas " << attempts << padej << " \n\n"; cin >> x; if(x == correct){ cout << "Otvet verniy" << endl; system ("PAUSE"); return 0; } else if(x > correct && x<=100){ cout << "Visoko!\n\n"; attempts--; goto start; } else if(x < correct && x >= 1) { cout << "Nizko!\n\n"; attempts--; goto start; } else{ cerr << "Neopoznannoe chislo\n\n"; goto start; } getch(); }` `

` `srand ( time(NULL) );` `