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now i have the code completed -- but when a user guess the right number it keeps asking for the same guess again and again , my question is : how can i restart the program automaticaly with a new secret number but without quiting . here is the code
#!/usr/bin/perl -w use warnings; use strict; my $secret = int(1 + rand 100); while(1) { print "please enter a guess from 1 to 100: "; chomp(my $guess = <STDIN>); if ($guess =~ /quit|exit|^s*$/i) { print " sorry you gave up.the number was $secret.\n"; last; } elsif ($guess < $secret) { no strict; print "you failed ,try higher\n"; } elsif ($guess > $secret) { print "you failed , try lower\n"; } elsif ($guess == $secret) { print "you got it\n"; } }
Sorry again for the mistakes i made concerning where should i add my question , im new here and new for PERL in general. cheers,

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