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What we have proposed will require additional prolog code. This code will need to take a list of cards and produce another list with the same cards but in another, random order.
Are you saying that this isn't enough additional code?
We have changed our "something extra" to use additional prolog code.
New Something Extra: Our something extra is to render the game-space and show the steps taken to complete the game. After the deck is shuffled and dealt, a user will be able to see the cards dealt into their piles (seen to the right). The deck and the number of cards it contains are shown at the top, followed by the 4 foundations piles showing the number of cards in each, and then the 7 piles that make up the tableau are rendered sideways, stacked from left to right. The user can then query "move." to trigger the program making it's next move. The new layout will then be shown to the user and they will continue making moves until there are no more moves to make (lose) or the game is completed (win).