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hey jkr
i am working on that assignment still and i am trying to use a loop to control the program.  I cant get it to go inside my switch statment and pull out the information.  the user starts out with 1000$ and it is to keep running until the user runs out of money or desides to quit.  any help you can give me i will appreciate hopefully you can read what i was tryen to do.
thanks
ted

#include <iostream>
#include <ctime>
#include <cstdlib>

using namespace std;

int main(){
int Dice1        = 0;
int Dice2        = 0;
float Bet        = 0;
int Point        = 0;
int DiceNum1     = 0;
int DiceNum2     = 0;
int SumOfDice    = 0;
float TotalMoney = 1000;
int Counter = 1;

      cout << "Welcome to CRAPS\n\n" << "You have $1,000 dollars\n" << "Please Place A Bet!!\n" << endl;
      cin >>  Bet;
      




srand(time(0));
Dice1 = 1 + rand() % 6;
Dice2 = 1 + rand() % 6;


SumOfDice = Dice1 + Dice2;



while(TotalMoney > 0)
      
Counter = Counter++;




switch(SumOfDice){

case 2:
      if(Counter == 1){
      TotalMoney = TotalMoney - Bet;
      cout << "SORRY!! You did not win......:( PLEASE TRY AGAIN!!" << endl;
break;
      }
      else if(Counter > 1){
      cout << "You did not roll your POINT!! PLEASE ROLL AGAIN!!!" << endl;
break;
      }
case 3:
      if(Counter == 1){
      TotalMoney = TotalMoney - Bet;
      cout << "SORRY!! You did not win......:( PLEASE TRY AGAIN!!" << endl;
break;
      }
      else if(Counter > 1){
      cout << "You did not roll your POINT!! PLEASE ROLL AGAIN!!!" << endl;
break;
      }

case 4:      
      if(Counter == 1){
      cout << "Your Point is Set at " << SumOfDice <<" Please roll again" << endl;
break;      
      }
      else if(Counter > 1){
      TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
      cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled your POINT of " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;      
break;
      }
case 5:
      if(Counter == 1){
      cout << "Your Point is Set at " << SumOfDice <<" Please roll again" << endl;
break;      
      }
      else if(Counter > 1){
      TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
      cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled your POINT of " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;      
break;
      }
case 6:
      if(Counter == 1){
      cout << "Your Point is Set at " << SumOfDice <<" Please roll again" << endl;
break;
      }      
      else if(Counter > 1){
      TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
      cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled your POINT of " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;      
break;
      }
case 7:
      if(Counter == 1){
      TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
      cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled a " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;
break;
      }
      else{
      TotalMoney = TotalMoney - Bet;
      cout << "SORRY!! You did not win......:( PLEASE TRY AGAIN!!" << endl;
break;
      }
case 8:
      if(Counter == 1){
      cout << "Your Point is Set at " << SumOfDice <<" Please roll again" << endl;
break;
      }
      else if(Counter > 1){
      TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
      cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled your POINT of " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;      
break;
case 9:
      if(Counter == 1){
      cout << "Your Point is Set at " << SumOfDice <<" Please roll again" << endl;
break;
      }
      else if(Counter > 1){
      TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
      cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled your POINT of " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;      

break;
      }
case 10:
      if(Counter == 1){
      cout << "Your Point is Set at " << SumOfDice <<" Please roll again" << endl;
break;      
      }
      else if(Counter > 1)
      TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
      cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled your POINT of " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;      
break;
      }
case 11:
      if(Counter == 1){
      TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
      cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled a " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;
break;      
      }
      else{
      cout << "You did not roll your POINT!! PLEASE ROLL AGAIN!!!" << endl;
break;
      }
case 12:
      if(Counter == 1){
      TotalMoney = TotalMoney - Bet;
      cout << "SORRY!! You did not win......:( PLEASE TRY AGAIN!!" << endl;
break;
      }
else if(Counter > 1)
      cout << "You did not roll your POINT!! PLEASE ROLL AGAIN!!!" << endl;

break;
}
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by:Axter
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It's not entering your switch statement because of your while loop

while(TotalMoney > 0)
            Counter = Counter++;

There's no way for this loop to exit.
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If you want your switch statement to be inside the while loop, then you need to add start and end braces{}

Example:
      while(TotalMoney > 0)
      {      
            Counter = Counter++;
            
            switch(SumOfDice){
                  
            case 2:
                  if(Counter == 1){
                        TotalMoney = TotalMoney - Bet;
                        cout << "SORRY!! You did not win......:( PLEASE TRY AGAIN!!" << endl;
                        break;
                  }
                  else if(Counter > 1){
                        cout << "You did not roll your POINT!! PLEASE ROLL AGAIN!!!" << endl;
                        break;
                  }
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by:Axter
ID: 12272864
The case 8 section is missing an end brace.
      case 8:
            if(Counter == 1){
                  cout << "Your Point is Set at " << SumOfDice <<" Please roll again" << endl;
                  break;
            }
            else if(Counter > 1){
                  TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
                  cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled your POINT of " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;    
                  break;


And case 12 is also missing an end brace.
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by:Axter
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Actually, case 12 is missing a start and end brace.

Also case 10 is missing a start brace.
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by:Axter
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Here's code with the corrections:

int main(){
      int Dice1        = 0;
      int Dice2        = 0;
      float Bet        = 0;
      int Point        = 0;
      int DiceNum1     = 0;
      int DiceNum2     = 0;
      int SumOfDice    = 0;
      float TotalMoney = 1000;
      int Counter = 1;
      
    cout << "Welcome to CRAPS\n\n" << "You have $1,000 dollars\n" << "Please Place A Bet!!\n" << endl;
      cin >>  Bet;

      srand(time(0));
      Dice1 = 1 + rand() % 6;
      Dice2 = 1 + rand() % 6;
      
      
      SumOfDice = Dice1 + Dice2;
      
      
      
      while(TotalMoney > 0)
      {      
            Counter = Counter++;
            switch(SumOfDice)
            {
            case 2:
                  if(Counter == 1){
                        TotalMoney = TotalMoney - Bet;
                        cout << "SORRY!! You did not win......:( PLEASE TRY AGAIN!!" << endl;
                        break;
                  }
                  else if(Counter > 1){
                        cout << "You did not roll your POINT!! PLEASE ROLL AGAIN!!!" << endl;
                        break;
                  }
            case 3:
                  if(Counter == 1){
                        TotalMoney = TotalMoney - Bet;
                        cout << "SORRY!! You did not win......:( PLEASE TRY AGAIN!!" << endl;
                        break;
                  }
                  else if(Counter > 1){
                        cout << "You did not roll your POINT!! PLEASE ROLL AGAIN!!!" << endl;
                        break;
                  }
                  
            case 4:    
                  if(Counter == 1){
                        cout << "Your Point is Set at " << SumOfDice <<" Please roll again" << endl;
                        break;    
                  }
                  else if(Counter > 1){
                        TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
                        cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled your POINT of " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;    
                        break;
                  }
            case 5:
                  if(Counter == 1){
                        cout << "Your Point is Set at " << SumOfDice <<" Please roll again" << endl;
                        break;    
                  }
                  else if(Counter > 1){
                        TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
                        cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled your POINT of " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;    
                        break;
                  }
            case 6:
                  if(Counter == 1){
                        cout << "Your Point is Set at " << SumOfDice <<" Please roll again" << endl;
                        break;
                  }    
                  else if(Counter > 1){
                        TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
                        cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled your POINT of " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;    
                        break;
                  }
            case 7:
                  if(Counter == 1){
                        TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
                        cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled a " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;
                        break;
                  }
                  else{
                        TotalMoney = TotalMoney - Bet;
                        cout << "SORRY!! You did not win......:( PLEASE TRY AGAIN!!" << endl;
                        break;
                  }
            case 8:
                  if(Counter == 1){
                        cout << "Your Point is Set at " << SumOfDice <<" Please roll again" << endl;
                        break;
                  }
                  else if(Counter > 1){
                        TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
                        cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled your POINT of " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;    
                        break;
                  }
            case 9:
                  if(Counter == 1){
                        cout << "Your Point is Set at " << SumOfDice <<" Please roll again" << endl;
                        break;
                  }
                  else if(Counter > 1){
                        TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
                        cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled your POINT of " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;    
                        break;
                  }
            case 10:
                  if(Counter == 1){
                        cout << "Your Point is Set at " << SumOfDice <<" Please roll again" << endl;
                        break;    
                  }
                  else if(Counter > 1){
                        TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
                        cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled your POINT of " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;    
                        break;
                  }
            case 11:
                  if(Counter == 1){
                        TotalMoney = TotalMoney + Bet;
                        cout << "WINNER!!! You rolled a " << SumOfDice << " You Just won " << Bet <<" Dollars" << endl;
                        break;    
                  }
                  else{
                        cout << "You did not roll your POINT!! PLEASE ROLL AGAIN!!!" << endl;
                        break;
                  }
            case 12:
                  if(Counter == 1){
                        TotalMoney = TotalMoney - Bet;
                        cout << "SORRY!! You did not win......:( PLEASE TRY AGAIN!!" << endl;
                        break;
                  }
                  else if(Counter > 1){
                        cout << "You did not roll your POINT!! PLEASE ROLL AGAIN!!!" << endl;
                        break;
                  }
            }
      }
      return 0;
}

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You should also add a break statement after each else-if condtion statement.
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by:tedschnieders
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how would i keep track of the money i can't do it in the switch statement because it keeps subtracting it til it equals 0 or it just keeps looping if it is adding
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>>how would i keep track of the money i can't do it in the switch statement because it keeps subtracting it til it equals 0 or it just
>>keeps looping if it is adding

In looking at your code, it looks like you also need to move the while loop much higher in your code, so as to include the random input and the user input.
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