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Allows two players to enter their details, which are then authenticated to ensure that they are authorized players each player to roll two 6-side dice

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

DESIGN, DEVELOP, TEST AND EVALUATE A PROGRAM THAT:

1. Allows two players to enter their details, which are then authenticated to ensure that they are authorized players.
2. Allows each player to roll two 6-side dice.
3. Calculates and outputs the points for each round and each player's total score.
4. Allows thte players to play 5 rounds.
5. If both players have the same score after 5 rounds, allows each player to roll 1 die each until someone wins.
6. Outputs who has won at the end of the 5 rounds.
7. Stores the winners score, and their name, in the external file.
8. Displays the score and player name of the top 5 winning scores form the external file.

RULES:

Katarina is developing a two-player dice game

The players roll two 6-side dice each and get points depending on what they roll.  There are 5 rounds in a game.  In each round, each player rolls the two dice.

The rules are:

* The points rolled on each player's dice are added to their score.

* If the total is an even number, an additional 10 points are added to their score.

* If the total is an odd number, 5 points are subtracted from their score.

* If they roll a double, they get to roll one extra die and get the number of points rolled added to their score.

* The score of a player cannot go below 0 at any point.

* The person with the highest score at the end of the 5 rounds wins.

* If both players have the same score at the end of the 5 rounds.  They each roll 1 die and whoever gets the highest score wins (this repeats until someone wins.)

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