🎉 Now with autoguess!
> be me
> 3 am in the morning
> go to stack overflow's 2018 survey results
> see rust is "most loved language" for 3 years in a row
> go to rust website
> low-level memory safe super blazing-fast open-source - whatever, f*cking take my soul already
> grab the book, start reading, make a hello world, make the guessing game example
> upload it to github
> party like there's no tomorrow
Current version includes:
- Try to guess a random number between 1 and 100!
- Beautiful CLI with colors and inline-prompts
- "autoguess": Let the computer play by itself (with gigantic numbers, while you're at it.)
Future versions will include:
- modular architecture
- server/client interaction over the internet so you REALLY CAN'T CHEAT bcuz the random number will be stored on the other side of the world
- multiplayer with websockets
- something with databases. like, the mongo ones.
Note: Of course all of this is ridiculous and pointless for a bloody guessing game, it's just for the sake of learning how to do these things i usually do in Node.js with Rust.