When I run my program it seems like it doesn't even run at all, and just closes the console. It works just fine in the IDE, and a program very similar to it also works just fine.
Yes there is an input() at the very end, but there should be a lot before it reaches that, code:
import random import os words_list= def player1_word(): words=open("hangman_words.txt","a") p1_word=input("Player1, enter a word: ") words.write(p1_word.lower()+"\n") words.close() def player2_word(): words=open("hangman_words.txt","a") p2_word=input("Player2, enter a word: ") words.write(p2_word.lower()+"\n") words.close() def game_word(): words=open("hangman_words.txt","r") for line in words: words_list.append(line[0:len(line)-1]) word=random.choice(words_list) words.close() return word player1_word() player2_word() word=game_word() guesses=5 word_length= entered_letters= incorrect_letters= for i in range(len(word)): word_length.append('_') print (word_length) letter_remaining=len(word) while guesses!=0: error=len(word) guess_word=input("Enter a letter: ") for i in range(len(word)): if word_length[i]==guess_word: print("Enter a letter that has not been entered before") break elif word[i]==guess_word: word_length[i]=word[i] letter_remaining-=1 elif word[i]!=guess_word: error-=1 if error==0: guesses-=1 print (word_length) print ("Remaining Guesses:",guesses) if letter_remaining==0: print("Congrats! You got the word '", word, "' with" , guesses, "guesses remaining") break elif guesses==0: print("You lose, the word was '", word, "'") break input()
should work like a normal hangman game, still need a second player function to build into it, but if it doesn't work in the console now, why should it later?