Craps is a casino game that involves the throwing of a pair of dice. Based on the throw, the thrower either gets to continue throw (and win money), or stops throwing (and loses money). Write your solution in a file called Craps.java
We wish to write a program that simulates playing craps using a simplified set of rules:
If the thrower throws the dice and the sum is either 7 or 11, the thrower wins his bet - 1:1 , and continues to throw. If the thrower throws a 2,3,12 he loses his bet, and will replace his bet with the equivalent of his first bet; he continues to throw. If the player throws anything (a roll we'll call X) other than 2,3,7,11,12, X becomes "On" and he continues to throw as follows: He throws X again at this point, he wins his bet 1:1 and play resets to the beginning He throws 7 at this point, he loses his bet, and play stops He throws anything else play continues For the purposes of this exercise assume that the thrower always replaces a lost bet with the equivalent of his initial bet and that every time he wins, he pockets his winnings and leaves is initial bet out. You will be given a module called Dice that has the following operation: roll(). roll() returns an integer value that represents the value of the roll of one dice. You should call roll() twice - once for each dice roll. You may wish to print the roll sequence to help you debug. Output will be ignored by the grading program. Your result should be outputted using the appropriate IO operation.
Ask the user for the following information:
An initial bet amount. Compute the winnings of the thrower, and the number of rolls in the thrower's turn. Output them in that order. Losses are indicated by negative winnings.
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