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Angela Xu

@ANGELAXU4
Student at Thomas A. Edison CTE Highschool currently studying in the Web and App Development CTE courses. Educated on html, css, and python.
  • Eat.org

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    Made with HTML, CSS, JS

    Kirby Website (Project: Create an original webpage that utilizes layout and positioning skills)

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  • Eat! Beat! Feed Kirby!

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  • For loop creative project

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    Made with Python

    This replit consist of while loops and for loops and the goal is to display all the numbers from 1-100 except for one number and have the user input the missing number. The only way to exit the loop is to provide the missing number.

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    petonstepens
    petonstepens
    13 days ago

    Where are the pyproject.toml and the poetry.lock files?

    KirillUtusikov
    KirillUtusikov
    15 days ago

    i won image

    Programexe
    Programexe
    15 days ago

    I was trying out every number until typing the 52nd number, ( number 52 ) and exited the loop. If it was 100 then I would have tried 100 numbers lol. You should add the time library and use time.sleep() to make the program wait a little bit before typing the numbers so the player can read what he needs to do. Also, for me it wrote everything 2 times in a row so maybe check if that is an error in your code. Also, I left a bot to keep trying '52' and it worked everytime. It seems that 52 is the only missing number. Use the random module to get a random number that will be missing, for example: 'missing_number = random.randint(1,100)'

    MilescOde
    MilescOde
    18 days ago

    I GUESSED THAT WTH

    KobyK1
    KobyK1
    20 days ago

    I won: image

    BenjaminWeiss10
    BenjaminWeiss10
    22 days ago

    im more of a javascript guy put i think that this just imports firefox html into it

    BenjaminWeiss10
    BenjaminWeiss10
    22 days ago

    oops wait after step 3 hit enter to run the firefox

    BenjaminWeiss10
    BenjaminWeiss10
    22 days ago

    you can unblock any website using dis!!! I got this from @AlexanderTarn and here's the directions! first enter a invalid term then type in import os hit enter, then put in os.system("firefox") if ur too lazy go look up firefox but this works on any python so yeh....

    dacringeking
    dacringeking
    24 days ago

    My suggestions to make this better:

    1. Make the number different each time. This will create a unique and more interesting playing experience.

    2. Use not instead of !=. It makes it a lot more readable and easier to use since you can do the opposite of any statment using it.

    3. Don't use % when it's not necessary. Instead, use ==. Failing to do this can cause a multitude of issues. Especially if you have more numbers.

    4. Remove the extra if statement after the while loop. This if statement is redundant and unneeded.

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Hire Me Profile
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https://eaglercraft-server.emilyrodrigue16.repl.co/4 months ago
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10 months ago
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Do Now 5/26
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published a Repl
10 months ago
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Game-Build A Better World
Game-Build A Better WorldUsing html and css I created a game for "games for change" and the main purpose of the game is to advocate for building a better world.
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published a Repl
1 year ago
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Tic-Tac-Toe
Tic-Tac-ToeUsing Python I created a human versus computer Tic-Tac-Toe game. There are three different outcomes; the user wins, the computer wins, and a tie. A combination of if, elif, else, def, return functions, etc were used to create this game.
NataliaKazakiev
NataliaKazakiev
Interesting, I like it 2 months ago
MaxwellRichard2
MaxwellRichard2
very nice2 months ago
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published a Repl
1 year ago
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Color Dictionary
Color DictionaryUsing Python I created a replit that displayed the hexadecimal value for each color and create a dictionary with the color and Hexcode.
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published a Repl
1 year ago
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Fit Finder
Fit FinderUsing Python I created a code for a fit finder for a pullover hoodie. Users have to input their preferred size according to a chart and that would generate a recommended size for the user.
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published a Repl
1 year ago
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BMI Calculator
BMI CalculatorIn this replit I created a Python program that asks the user for weight (kgs) and height (meters) and then displays weight class.
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published a Repl
1 year ago
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4.3.1.10 LAB: Converting fuel consumption
4.3.1.10 LAB: Converting fuel consumptionThis is a replit created with python to write a pair of functions converting l/100km into mpg, and vice versa. This is a lab from cisco netacad.
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published a Repl
1 year ago
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4.3.1.9 LAB: Prime numbers
4.3.1.9 LAB: Prime numbersThis is a replit created with python to write a function checking whether a number is prime or not. This is a lab from cisco netacad.
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published a Repl
1 year ago
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4.3.1.8 LAB: Day of the year
4.3.1.8 LAB: Day of the yearThis is a replit created with python to write and test a function which takes three arguments (a year, a month, and a day of the month) and returns the corresponding day of the year, or returns "None" if any of the arguments is invalid. This is a lab from cisco netacad.
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published a Repl
1 year ago
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4.3.1.7 LAB: How many days
4.3.1.7 LAB: How many daysThis is a replit created with python to write and test a function which takes two arguments (a year and a month) and returns the number of days for the given month/year pair. This is a lab from cisco netacad.
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published a Repl
1 year ago
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4.3.1.6 LAB: A leap year
4.3.1.6 LAB: A leap yearThis is a replit created with python to write and test a function which takes one argument (a year) and returns "True "if the year is a leap year, or "False" otherwise. This is a lab from cisco netacad.
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published an Update
1 year ago
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Event Confirmation Ticket
Event Confirmation TicketIn this replit I created an event confirmation ticket. Users have to input their personal information in order to receive an ticket for the everfi
Event Confirmation Ticket
In this replit I created an event confirmation ticket. Users have to input their personal information in order to receive a ticket for the Eventbrite event.
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published a Repl
1 year ago
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Event Confirmation Ticket
Event Confirmation TicketIn this replit I created an event confirmation ticket. Users have to input their personal information in order to receive an ticket for the everfi
ANGELAXU4
ANGELAXU4
In this replit I created an event confirmation ticket. Users have to input their personal information in order to receive a ticket for the Eventbrite event.1 year ago
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published a Repl
1 year ago
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COVID Vaccine Confirmation Ticket
COVID Vaccine Confirmation TicketI used Replit in order to make a covid vaccine confirmation ticket. Users are given a scenario and have to fill out a form in order to schedule the student a booster shot. You have to follow this following scenario: Mohamed is a student who is under 18 and he wants to get the booster shot to be safe because he has to attend classes every day and can experience potential exposure to the virus. He has already received the first two shots on 6/24/21 and 7/15/21. His zipcode is 11355 and his date of birth is 11/18/04. Mohamed wants to schedule an appoint after school some time between 3 o'clock and 6 o'clock.
NYAHCARDONA
NYAHCARDONA
Glow: The formatting of the responses that the user inputted toward the end are neat and organized. Grow: Next time indicate for each question how the user will input something. For example, use 1 for op.1, use 2 for op.2, and for open ended responses, put (Please enter the name of example.)1 year ago
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published a Repl
1 year ago
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Beat The Zombie
Beat The ZombieWe used our knowledge to create a game to defeat the zombie using Python in Replit. The user would get to use either a weapon from the list or input their own weapon of choice. However, only one weapon would help you survive...So make sure to choose wisely. Your life depends on it! Good luck and have fun.
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published a Repl
1 year ago
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Amazon Data Project
Amazon Data ProjectI found 10 products on Amazon. List the product name, price, and condition. I used slicing to separate product names, prices, and conditions. I then printed each of them. This project helped me improve my ability to use the slicing tool in python.
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published a Repl
1 year ago
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Amazon Data Project
Amazon Data ProjectI found 10 products on Amazon. List the product name, price, and condition. I used slicing to separate product names, prices, and conditions. I then printed each of them. This project helped me improve my ability to use the slicing tool in python.
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ANGELAXU4
published a Repl
1 year ago
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Slicing Task
Slicing TaskUsing examples from w3schools and Programiz we made examples of slicing.
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published a Repl
1 year ago
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Big Data Project
Big Data ProjectUsing Python lists I used sample data to execute five different tasks from five different students.