1) Posted on your I5 Web account under the name "assign3.html"
2) Put on a single 3 1/2" floppy disk, and turned in with complete, COMMENTED listings in an envelope.
The basic game should consist of three wheels, with each wheel having a minimum of ten settings. ONE of the positions on each wheel should be a picture of the NYU torch. There should be two buttons, one labeled Spin" and the other one "Stop". Finally, there should be two text fields, representing your "Bank" and the other one representing your "Bet."
Here is a screenshot showing three possible views of the slot machine in action:
You should provide a link to an "Instruction Page" which clearly states the rules, how many positions on each wheel, the frequency of each symbol and a VISUAL guide to each winning combination. There should be at least one "WILD CARD" character which matches any winning combination. Feel free to make up winning combinations, and the points awarded for each.
Make certain that the player cannot make the "Stop" button work without first pressing the "Spin" button. You could implement this by setting a variable. (The best method would be by setting a Boolean variable, but you may use another method if you like).
Your program should be well structured and be broken into functions.