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I was looking for a way to stop my programs at certain points and then step by step move on from the break point. Blank page ready I started off by writing some pseudo code for the high level principles of the game. Basically if the player has an ace in their hand then I want the program to output the two scores, for instance if you had an ace and a 4 you should get a message along the lines of:. Someone on the ruby irc chanel linked me to the pry-byebug gem. So after a few hours short break I returned to my program to tackle the Ace in the pack issue. I also allowed Ace to be worth 1 and 11 and giving the player an option to play both totals. Some thinking time is needed. The rules of BlackJack. I figured I needed a method that calculates the running total of the players cards, a method for each of the players for hitting or staying, a hit method that adds a new card to the players hand. Here is the newly written method:. Finally whilst in the game loop the game stores your game streak, wins, losses and draws total and outputs the percentage of wins you have. What my program needs to do in this rare but highly possible scenario is check to see if there is already an ace in the pack and if there is then add 1 to both total1 and total2 not add another 11 to total2. I can then write some code that will check for an ace and if it exists add 1 to the first total and add 11 to the second. I like to always know where I am and exactly what every line of my program is doing and I found that after a while writing this game I was losing myself in the code and forgetting what part does what and how one method interacts with another. So my method handles this pretty well by checking if the card is an Ace and if it is increment total1 by 1 and total2 by The reason it breaks is because for the first iteration of array. I spent a few days away from my program partly due to time constraints and partly due to allowing myself some thinking time. The first version of this was just to get the method working in a fashion but now the method has two running totals to handle instances where an Ace is present and there are two possible totals. Two decks to prevent card counting.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I built in some pretty neat features too like making the dealer not follow a scripted method of hit or staying. Anyway this is what I have so far:. It does exactly what I needed which is very useful for debugging. Already I cannot imagine starting to write a program without this as it really gets you into the zone of thinking about how your program is going to operate without cluttering my mind worrying about the actual code. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}So the assignment is to create the blackjack game. So I need to track two totals in case an ace appears at any stage.