Python Tic Tac Toe Game

Introduction: Python Tic Tac Toe Game

python tic tac toe game

this game is made in python that's a computer language

i have used a python editor called : pycharm you can also use normal python code editor also

Step 1: Import

from tkinter import *

Step 2: Root

root = Tk()

root.title(" 3T TIC TAC TOE") # Title

text = Entry(root, font=("ds-digital", 15)) text.pack(fill=X, padx=5, pady=5, ipadx=5, ipady=5) # Text

board = ["-", "-", "-"

, "-", "-", "-"

, "-", "-", "-"] # Board

Step 3: Function After Putting Into the Editor It Show Warrnings Click the Warrnigs and Give Assambel All

# Functions

player = "X" button = [] stop_game = False stop_game_tie = False

def Turn(): # Printing Turn text.delete(0, END) text.insert(0, "{}'S TURN".format(player))

def Exit(): root.destroy() exit()

def Game_Over(): # Chech if game is over Check_Winner()

if stop_game == True: Hplayer() text.delete(0, END) text.insert(0, "'{}' WINNER".format(player))

else: Check_Tie()

if stop_game_tie == True: text.delete(0, END) text.insert(0, "TIE MATCH")

def Check_Winner(): # Check if there is a winner global stop_game

row_1 = board[0] == board[1] == board[2] != "-" row_2 = board[3] == board[4] == board[5] != "-" row_3 = board[6] == board[7] == board[8] != "-" if row_1 or row_2 or row_3: stop_game = True

column_1 = board[0] == board[3] == board[6] != "-" column_2 = board[1] == board[4] == board[7] != "-" column_3 = board[2] == board[5] == board[8] != "-" if column_1 or column_2 or column_3: stop_game = True

diagonal_1 = board[0] == board[4] == board[8] != "-" diagonal_2 = board[2] == board[4] == board[6] != "-" if diagonal_1 or diagonal_2: stop_game = True

def Check_Tie(): # Check if it is a tie match global stop_game_tie

if "-" not in board: stop_game_tie = True

def Hplayer(): # Managing Turn global player

if player == "X": player = "O"

else: player = "X"

def Add_Text(pos, play): # Add Text global button

if pos not in button and stop_game == False and stop_game_tie == False and pos != 9: Turn()

def_buttons[pos].configure(text=play) board[pos] = player

button.append(pos) Hplayer() Turn() Game_Over()

Step 4: Final Code It Will Give a Final Look👇

# GRID

def New_Match(): # New Match Button Function global board global player global button global stop_game global stop_game_tie

button_1.configure(text="") button_2.configure(text="") button_3.configure(text="") button_4.configure(text="") button_5.configure(text="") button_6.configure(text="") button_7.configure(text="") button_8.configure(text="") button_9.configure(text="") board = ["-", "-", "-", "-", "-", "-", "-", "-", "-"] player = "X" button = [] stop_game = False stop_game_tie = False Turn()

# Buttons

Turn()

frame = Frame(root) frame.pack(side=TOP, anchor=NW)

frame1 = Frame(frame) frame1.pack()

button_1 = Button(frame1, text="", width=8, height=3, command=lambda: Add_Text(0, player),bg = 'pink') button_1.pack(side=LEFT)

button_2 = Button(frame1, text="", width=8, height=3, command=lambda: Add_Text(1, player),bg = 'pink') button_2.pack(side=LEFT)

button_3 = Button(frame1, text="", width=8, height=3, command=lambda: Add_Text(2, player),bg = 'pink') button_3.pack(side=LEFT)

frame2 = Frame(frame) frame2.pack()

button_4 = Button(frame2, text="", width=8, height=3, command=lambda: Add_Text(3, player),bg = 'blue') button_4.pack(side=LEFT)

button_5 = Button(frame2, text="", width=8, height=3, command=lambda: Add_Text(4, player),bg = 'blue') button_5.pack(side=LEFT)

button_6 = Button(frame2, text="", width=8, height=3, command=lambda: Add_Text(5, player),bg = 'blue') button_6.pack(side=LEFT)

frame3 = Frame(frame) frame3.pack()

button_7 = Button(frame3, text="", width=8, height=3, command=lambda: Add_Text(6, player),bg = 'orange') button_7.pack(side=LEFT)

button_8 = Button(frame3, text="", width=8, height=3, command=lambda: Add_Text(7, player),bg = 'orange') button_8.pack(side=LEFT)

button_9 = Button(frame3, text="", width=8, height=3, command=lambda: Add_Text(8, player),bg = 'orange') button_9.pack(side=LEFT)

frame4 = Frame(frame) frame4.pack()

button_clear = Button(frame4, text="NEW MATCH", width=13, height=3, command=lambda: New_Match(),bg = 'violet',foreground = 'red') button_clear.pack(side=LEFT)

exit_button = Button(frame4, text="EXIT", width=12, height=3, command=lambda: Exit(),bg = 'green',foreground = 'orange') exit_button.pack(side=LEFT)

def_buttons = [button_1, button_2, button_3, button_4, button_5, button_6, button_7, button_8, button_9]

root.mainloop()

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