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Tic-Tac-Toe: Assigning a Character

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Well, I have been working on a console-Tic-Tac-Toe game, but I ran into a BUG. I want to switch turns from X to O and back, but my code is giving X the ability to write O's on the board and it doesn't switch turns, so it's saying that it's X's turn while writing O's to the screen and keeps doing it over and over. Here's the code: (P.S. The variables are declared before any thing else..)
int Move(int SpaceMove)
{
    if ( CurrentPlayer == 'X' )
    {
         BoardSpaces[SpaceMove] = 'X';
         cout<<"\n\n";
         Moves = Moves + 1;
         CurrentPlayer = 'O';
    }
          
    if ( CurrentPlayer == 'O' )
    {
         BoardSpaces[SpaceMove] = 'O';
         cout<<"\n\n";
         Moves = Moves + 1;
         CurrentPlayer = 'X';
    }         
}

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