### Monty Hall problem in c++

So my assignment is to solve the monty hall problem, which i am sure you guys know already. Here's my code so far, and I'll explain where did I got stuck

#include <iostream>
#include <fstream>

using namespace std;
typedef int Door;

const int SIMULATION_COUNT = 100;

void simulate( ... );( given by professor)

Door hideCar();

Door openDoor();

Door makeFirstChoice();

Door makeSecondChoice();
int hideCar()
{
return 1 + rand() % 3;
}
int makeFirstChoice()
{
return 1 + rand() % 3;
}

after the first choice, Monty are suppose to "open" one other door of the remaining doors. And I am not sure how to do that. Any help will be appreciated, thanks!
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Monty knows.

Monty knows your first choice and where the car is.

If your choice has a car, then Monty randomly picks one of the two doors.

If your choice does not have a car, then Monty picks exactly the remaining door that does not have a car.
As funny as it sounds: The open door is irrelevant:

Pseudo code:

 ```win_door = 1,2,3 choice_door = 1,2,3 stick_to_your_choice = 0,1 if stick_to_your_choice if win_door == choice_door You win else You loose else if win_door == choice_door You loose else You win ```
Thanks guys, I understand the logic, but professor require us to have one column of output to be the opendoors( the one monty opens)...
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