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Wall Class

You hould also define a Mah Jongg Wall class which holds the initial set of 136 tiles. We can create additional subclasses to add as many as a dozen more tiles to include jokers, flowers and seasons.

The Wall will need an __init__ that enumerates four copies of each of the following tiles: the twenty-seven combinations of each suit (dot, bamboo, and character) and each rank (one through nine). It also needs to enumerate four copies of each honor tile (east, south, west, north, red, white, green).

In addition to creating the set of tiles, this class will need methods to shuffle and deal. In this way the wall is nearly identical with a deck of playing cards. See the section called “Advanced Class Definition Exercises” for more guidance on this class design.

Build The Wall Class. Second, build the Wall. Write a short test that will be sure that it shuffles and deals tiles properly.

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