The idea behind an 8-Ball is very simple. You ask the eight ball a yes or no question, and it tells you the answer.

Except, that the answer it choses is randomly selected from a set of prefabricated responses.

A real life 8-Ball

Write a program that continuously prompts the user for a yes or no question, and then randomly selects from 5 canned answers:

• Without a doubt.
• Yes.
• No.
• Karel thinks so.

Here is an example run of the program.

To generate random numbers create a RandomGenerator instance variable (a variable declared outside all methods) like so:

private RandomGenerator rgen = new RandomGenerator();

You can then use the variable to generate random numbers.

 rgen.nextInt(max) //generates a random int in the range [0, max) 

## Solution

/**
* Class: Eight Ball
* -----------------
* Simulates an eight ball and gives sage answers to yes or
* no questions.
*/
public class EightBall extends ConsoleProgram {

private static RandomGenerator rg = new RandomGenerator();

public void run() {
while(true) {

int choice = rg.nextInt(5);
println(choice);
if(choice == 0) {
println("Without a doubt");
}
if(choice == 1) {
println("Yes");
}
if(choice == 2) {