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Control flow exercises


  1. You're going to write a game menu simulator. When a user passes a number from 1 to 5 range you should print the following messages:

    • 1 - "Continuing saved game"
    • 2 - "Starting new game"
    • 3 - "Loading saved game"
    • 4 - "Opening options"
    • 5 - "Quitting game"

    You should not worry about user interaction. The number can be bound to a variable, for example:

    iex> option = 3
    # implementation goes here
    # result is printed below
    iex> "Loading saved game"

    You should solve this exercise with three control flow mechanisms: if, cond and case. Remember, to print default message when wrong options are given.

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