You met a 4-th dimensional being who challenged you to a game of dice. The rules are simple: each player rolls 3 6-sided dice and takes the sum of each combination of 2 dice. The player with the highest sum wins. If the first-highest sum is a tie, consider the second-highest sum, and so on.
Your opponent's dice look normal, but you think they might have more than 6 sides! Your goal is to find out if the alien rolled a number higher than 6.
Your input is a set of 3 integers, separated by at least one character (space or otherwise). Input must not be hard coded.
// All valid inputs 6 7 9 6, 7, 9 (6, 7, 9)
Your output is a string representing if the alien cheated. Any output is allowed, as long as two distinct values exist for cheating/valid. Appended whitespace is permitted.
"😀" // (U+1F600) Valid set of dice "😠" // (U+1F620) Invalid set of dice
<-: 8 11 9 ->: 😀 // Dice can be found to be 3, 5, and 6, which are all on 6-side die
<-: 9 11 6 ->: 😠 // Dice can be found to be 2, 7, and 4, which means the alien cheated!
- Input will be 3 integers, 2-12
- Input numbers can be in any order
- Die values will be positive integers
- Alien only cheated if they rolled greater than 6
Write a program or function that takes inputs, returns or prints outputs.
Fewest bytes wins!
stdout, as long as the output for chating/valid is distinct? For example, you can output
cfor cheating and
vfor valid? \$\endgroup\$
(2,2,3)is an invalid input? \$\endgroup\$
stdout. That's the kind of the norm for this kind of challenges in this site. \$\endgroup\$