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    adding statement

    how can i make another statement when i enter other letters excluding R,P,S printf will be Invalid Letter. I hope someone can help im just beginning in turbo c++

    the code is not mine. The code is working properly i just want to add a new statement.

    Code:
      #include <stdlib.h> 
    #include <ctype.h> 
    /* 
    DEFINE FUNCTION GetInput( Input Text as string ) returns character 
    ..declare result as character value ' ' 
    ..LOOP WHILE ( result is no R S or P ) 
    ....output (text) (Rock, Scissors, Paper) 
    ....input result 
    ..END LOOP 
    ..return result 
    END FUNCTION 
    */ 
    char GetInput(const char *szPlayer) 
    { 
    char cRet = 0; 
    while(!(cRet == 'S' || cRet == 'R' || cRet == 'P')){ 
    printf("%s: (R)ock, (S)cissors, (P)aper > ", szPlayer); 
    fflush(stdin); 
    scanf("%c", &cRet); 
    cRet = toupper(cRet); 
    } 
    return cRet; 
    } 
    int main() 
    { 
    const char *msg[] = { 
    "Paper covers Rock", 
    "Scissor cuts paper", 
    "Rock breaks Scissors", 
    "It's a Draw!" 
    }; 
    
    const char *win[] = { 
    ", Player 1 wins!\n", 
    ", Player 2 wins!\n" 
    }; 
    /* ..declare Player1 as character value ' ' 
    ..declare Player2 as character value ' '*/ 
    char cPlayer1 = 0, 
    cPlayer2 = 0; 
    /* 
    MAIN ENTRY POINT 
    ..Player1 = GetInput("Player 1") 
    ..CLEAR SCREEN 
    ..Player2 = GetInput("Player 2") 
    ..CLEAR SCREEN 
    END MAIN 
    */ 
    
    cPlayer1 = GetInput("Player 1"); 
    system("cls"); 
    cPlayer2 = GetInput("Player 2"); 
    system("cls"); 
    /* 
    ..IF( ( Player1 is Paper ) AND (Player2 is Rock) ) THEN output Paper covers Rock, Player 1 wins! 
    ..ELSE IF( ( Player1 is Rock) AND (Player2 is Scissors) ) THEN output Rock breaks scissors, Player 1 wins! 
    ..ELSE IF( ( Player1 is Scissors) AND (Player2 is Paper) ) THEN output Scissors cuts paper, Player 1 wins! 
    ..ELSE IF( ( Player2 is Paper ) AND (Player1 is Rock) ) THEN output Paper covers Rock, Player 2 wins! 
    ..ELSE IF( ( Player2 is Rock) AND (Player1 is Scissors) ) THEN output Rock breaks scissors, Player 2 wins! 
    ..ELSE IF( ( Player2 is Scissors) AND (Player1 is Paper) ) THEN output Scissors cuts paper, Player 2 wins! 
    ..ELSE output Its a Draw! 
    
    */ 
    if (cPlayer1 == 'P' && cPlayer2 == 'R') printf("%s%s", msg[0], win[0]); 
    else if (cPlayer1 == 'R' && cPlayer2 == 'S') printf("%s%s", msg[2], win[0]); 
    else if (cPlayer1 == 'S' && cPlayer2 == 'P') printf("%s%s", msg[1], win[0]); 
    else if (cPlayer2 == 'P' && cPlayer1 == 'R') printf("%s%s", msg[0], win[1]); 
    else if (cPlayer2 == 'R' && cPlayer1 == 'S') printf("%s%s", msg[2], win[1]); 
    else if (cPlayer2 == 'S' && cPlayer1 == 'P') printf("%s%s", msg[1], win[1]); 
    else printf("%s\n", msg[3]); 
    system("pause"); 
    return 0; 
    }
    Need a help

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    Re: adding statement

    This has been addressed elsewhere.
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