here is the problem:

each of three people tosses a coin. if all three tosses are heads or all three tosses are tails, the game is a draw. if two of the tosses are one type and the third one is different, the third one loses. write a program to score this game. 0 represents a head and 1 represents a tail.

here is what i have thus far:

__________________________________Code:# include <iostream> using namespace std; int main (void) int first, second, third; cout << "input the first player's toss: "; cin >> first; cout << "input the second player's toss: "; cin >> second; cout << "input the third player's toss: "; cin >> third; if (first=1) {first=second && third;} cout << "the game is a draw." << endl; if (first=0) {first=second && third;} cout << "the game is a draw." << endl; if (first=1) {second=0; third=0;} cout << "the loser is player 1." << endl;

I know that this is not finished, however I'm not sure what is the easiest way to use "if" statements in this algorithm. any help would be great appreciated, thanks.