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I originally had this posted in the intermediate forum, but my second problem doesn't seem as difficult. I thought it was better suited here, so I deleted the original and moved it here.
My problem is that I want to be able to loop my program back to the beginning after it is done. With the "Would you like to play again(Y/N)" statement. I tried a Do While statement and followed the general setup of it, but I've had no luck with it. I'm not sure where my problem is because I get no error when I compile, and it runs everything up until where it asks whether I want to play again or not. Suggestions to what is wrong would be well appreciated.
Well, I feel dumb after that. My fault not reading the code more carefully. I believe I had it right originally then I moved the code and it was changed. In the process, I never really realized it was different, and I guess I didn't notice it.