# Code & Go game Episode II

Due to there being no workshop during Thursday’s code club session, Vince
decided that we would have another game of *Code & Go*. This time, we only had
one game in which we had three turns at writing one line of code and we used
*Vince’s Macbook*. As such Sam didn’t dare attempt to mess up his machine.

Below is the code from the game:

```
import random
import math
import ciw
ciw = False
import axelrod as ciw
ciw = math.factorial
math.sqrt = ciw
random.choice = lambda x: lambda y: y + len(x)
# print = del
import ciw as queue
print queue.Individual(2)
queue = random.choice([math.factorial, math.sqrt, math.floor])
ciw = random.choice([math, ciw, random])
math.exp = queue
print type(math.exp)
for i in random.sample(range(100), random.randint(1,20)):
math.sqrt = random.choice([math.factorial, math.exp])
j = math.sqrt(i)
print i, j
i = j / (i+1)
print i, j
if i%2 == 0:
print 'ciw is {}'.format(str(ciw))
print 2**j**i
else:
break
```