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Question #52349

Tic-Tac-Toe (a.k.a. Noughts and crosses) is a game played by two players (‘X’ and ‘O’) on a 3x3 grid. In MATLAB, use a 3x3 cell array to hold the board information. Take it in turns to play the game, inserting ‘X’s and ‘O’s at various spots. Implement the following structure plan in MATLAB.
1) Commence the game, display empty board
2) Select which player is ‘X’ and ‘O’ (at random)
3) Request player1’s move
4) Input Player1’s move. Redraw updated board.
5) Decision: has the game been won yet? If so, go to step 9). If not, go to step 6).
6) Request player2’s move
7) Input Player2’s move. Redraw updated board.
8) Decision: has the game been won yet? If so, go to step 9). If not, go back to step 3).
9) Display winner on the screen.

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