Sunday, June 3, 2018

Sharp EL-5500 III: Slots: Triples and Cherries Pay


Sharp EL-5500 III:  Slots:  Triples and Cherries Pay

BAR | BAR | BAR
   7    |   7    |   7
   🍒  |   🍒   |  🍒

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Take a Spin

This program is a three reel slot simulator, each with ten symbols:

0:  BAR
1:  Cherry (🍒)
2:  Orange
3:  Plum
4:  Bell (🔔)
5:  Lemon (🍋)
6:  Watermelon (🍉)
7:  Seven
8:  Apple (🍎)
9:  Shamrock ()

To see the version for the HP 32SII, please click here:  https://edspi31415.blogspot.com/2018/06/hp-32s-ii-two-versions-of-slots.html

🍒 | 🍒 | 🍒

Each spin has an ante of 25¢.  The results appear in the form 0.###  (ignore the left most 0.)  See the Take a Spin section above for the symbols used in the game.

The payouts are these:

A cherry in any one slot (0.1xy, 0.x1y, or 0.xy1):  $1.00
Any two cherries (0.11x, 0.1x1, 0.x11):  $10.00
Three BARS (0.000):  $35.00  ($15 + $20)
Three Sevens (0.777):  $70.00  ($50 + $20)
Any other triple (0.xxx, x0 and x7):  $20.00

Note: You can use any line numbering system, I used the line numbers 1400-1499 for this program. The first “D” on line 1400 is optional, but is there to make the program a defined program for the EL-5500 III, running it by pressing [DEF] [ D ].  If you are using another calculator, this may not be an option, so ignore the “D” in that case.

Sharp EL-5500 III Program Slots: Triples and Cherries Pay

1400: “D”: PAUSE “Slots”   
1402: CLEAR
1404: INPUT “Bankroll: $”; J
1406: P = 0
1408: J = J - .25
1410: N = .1*(RND 10-1)+.01*(RND 10-1)+.001*(RND 10 – 1)
1412: PRINT USING “########”; 1000*N
1414: S = N/.111
1416: IF (S-INT(S)) = 0 THEN 1450
1418: X = N: GOSUB 1430
1420: X = S: GOSUB 1430
1422: X = S: GOSUB 1430
1424: J = J + INT(TEN (P – 1))  // TEN: 10^x
1426: GOTO 1470

1430: I = INT(X*10)
1432: S = 10*X – I
1434: IF I = 1 THEN LET P = P + 1
1436: RETURN

1450: IF S = 0 THEN LET J = J + 35
1452: IF S = 7 THEN LET J = J + 50
1454: IF S<>0 AND S<>7 THEN LET J = J + 20
1456: GOTO 1470

1470: PRINT “Bank $”; USING “##########.##”; J
1472: INPUT “1 = Again ? :”, C
1474: IF C = 1 THEN 1406
1476: END

Eddie

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