How can I make a minefield with dr racket?

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  • How can I make a minefield with dr racket? user1137621

    Can you give me code if some knows code?it is too important for me

  • You have the completely right idea by starting with something simple. However, minesweeper is a trivial program for most developers - you might try something even simpler. Maybe even start with programming something other than a game - maybe "Hello World" or such.

    Try something even simpler, maybe a text adventure. This might give you the mind-set you need to make a minesweeper.

    Off topic: People on any StackExchange website (StackOverflow included) don't take kindly at all to people asking for 'code'. Demonstrate your due diligence to us, and come with specific problems and we will be more than happy to help you out with any problems - but asking for an entire program will be met with a closed question and sometimes some hostility.

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