Simple Rock-Paper-Scissors Game - Python

Notes: A simple Rock-Paper-Scissors game written in Python demonstrating basic functionality of the language. The game plays in the command line as a 2-player match; first to three points is the winner. It has simple input validation to ensure that the users must enter a correct response to proceed. Other than that, it's pretty self-explanatory.
One small change I made after turning the program in was using a Python function to trigger a "clear" command in the command line window; this way, the game is actually playable by two players without the second player getting a substantial advantage. I included the commands to clear the window for Linux/Mac enabled by default. (If you're on Windows, you should be able to change that to "cls" and have it work fine, but I didn't test that functionality.)
I can't do anything about cheating (screen/keyboard peeking or pressing keys to see what previous entries were), so honor system applies, I suppose.

The following code was written for University of Mississippi course EL E 237 (Electrical Engineering Tools and Toys).

You can also view and download the code by visiting the GitHub repository HERE.

Disclaimer: All of this code is listed here as samples of the work I've done both inside and outside of the classroom here at Ole Miss. Many of these coding samples were done as part of a project for a class I belonged to, or were done for my own personal practice from other years' programming assignments; if this is the case, I have labeled it with the relevant University of Mississippi course number. My code may or may not be correct- it is simply posted with the intent to serve as a demonstration of my growth over time as a programmer, and for the work to serve as a guide to other programmers who are attempting to learn the craft themselves. I DO NOT recommend copying any of my code verbatim under any circumstances due to the risk of academic disciplinary measures being taken against you, and I am NOT responsible if this or any other negative result occurs from use of my code. Using or viewing this code in any way constitutes an affirmation that you have read and consent to this disclaimer, and to the terms of the provided GNU AGPLv3 License. The full license can be found HERE.