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Write a program to simulate a simplified version of the game

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Write a program to simulate a simplified version of the game "21". A deck of cards numbered 1 to 10 is used and any number can be repeated. The computer starts by asking you(the user) how may cards you want. It then deals you the cards, which are randomly picked, and deals itself three randomly picked cards. If both scores are over 21, or both are equal but under 21, the game is declared a draw. Otherwise, the winner is the one with the highest score equal to or less than 21. If one score is over 21, but the other is 21 or less, the player with 21 or less is declared the winner. Write your program so that the game can be played often the total winnings for you and the computer and the number of draws. The Program outputs should look similar to :

How many cards do you want? 3
You: 8 5 1
Computer: 8 3 3
I have 14 and you have 14 so we draw.
Would you like to play again (Y/N)?

Computer wins = 0
Your wins = 1
Draws = 0
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It is in Java and console based. Correct?
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