 # Mastermind

```def right_inwrongplace(userGuess, number):
# Create a list of Boolean values representing correct guesses.
# for exemple: if numbers = [1,2,3,4] and guess = [1,2,9,9], correct_places will be [True,True,False,False]
correct_places = [True if v == number[i] else False for i, v in enumerate(userGuess)]
# create a list with only the incorrect guesses.
g = [v for  i, v in enumerate(userGuess) if not correct_places[i]]
# create a list with the numbers which weren't guessed correctly.
n = [v for  i, v in enumerate(number) if not correct_places[i]]
#return the amount of guesses that are correct but in the wrong place. (the numbers that are in both lists)
return len([i for i in g if i in n])
```

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. Create a list of Boolean values representing correct guesses.
2. Create a list with only the incorrect guesses.
3. Create a list with the numbers which weren’t guessed correctly.
4. Return the amount of guesses that are correct but in the wrong place. (the numbers that are in both lists)