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An implementation of the popular board game, Scrabble, created from scratch in OCaml. Developed by Max Chen, Samuel Levenson and Richard Yu for CS 3110: Data Structures & Functional Programming at Cornell University.
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OScrabl

OScrabl is implemented in OCaml. This implementation assumes having Ocaml and OPAM installed as per the Fall 2018 CS 3110 course installation guidelines. OCaml only runs in Unix-based environments.

Instructions:

Run the following:

opam install yojson

opam install ANSITerminal

To launch the game, navigate into the "OScrabl" directory and run:

make play

Controls:

place

exchange <optional: letter2> ... <optional: letter7>

score

help

recall

pickup

quit

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