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Java && The ultimate tutorial to get you started
posted to Tutorials by EpicGamer007

This has to be the #1 Java, maybe even the #1 language tutorial on this site. The explanations are extensive and I can see this helping out a lot of new devs on here 💯

This is probably one of the few worthwhile reads on the tutorial board. A lot more useful than what some of these “monopoly” owners are producing 🙄

Introducing Replpedia
posted to Share by HackermonDev

Repldex: am I a joke to you?

posted to Share by CodingCactus

because making an angry post about it will totally not make people do it even more

Portfolio Site Template
posted to Templates by lilykhan

the animations are hot. gotta love dark theme too ;3

Java For Absolute Beginners: Lesson 1: Different Data Types
posted to Tutorials by 26arajesh

I appreciate the time that went into this post but there are some inaccuracies that I’d like to point out.

No, there are not 5 data types in Java. The best way to explain data types is to put them into the categories “primitive types” and “non-primitive types.”

Primitives would be your pre-defined data types which are built into Java and do not have methods associated with them. This would be types such as byte, short, long, float, char, etc.

Non-primitives are object references such as strings, classes, etc. They usually have methods associated with them because they are data types that were created by a developer rather than being built into Java itself, although exceptions to this rule do exist.

And with your declarations, it would’ve been nice if you showed both the primitive and non primitive variations for each variable, for example Integer and int. Also, ideally you should’ve used the identifier “D” for your initialisation double bruh = 15.5D.

With all due respect, to me, this tutorial does not sound as if it was written by someone with a confident understanding of Java and I feel like you should try to build on that if you plan on making future tutorials as your posts may confuse the people you’re trying to help.

Again, thanks a lot for the effort put into this.

Do you guys like my new logo?
posted to Ask by DynamicSquid

@CodeLongAndPros as if this is any better, you've ruined it ;(

dupl.kit - Real time collaborative text editor!
posted to Share by rafrafraf

Mobile optimisation when?

Discord bot cooldown error message
posted to Ask by XaveeIsAPixel

Store user id’s in an array, remove the user from the array after the cooldown is over. Check if a user’s ID is present in the array, if it is then return the cooldown message

IMPORTANT!!! Python Experts WANTED!!!
posted to Ask by JosephSanthosh

this is really unnecessary, there’s already an over abundance of python tutorials

dumb ways to die
posted to Ask by octopyBot

Set fire to your hair
Poke a stick at a grizzly bear
Eat medicine that's out of date
Use your private parts as Piranha bait

Get your toast out with a fork
Do your own electrical work
Teach your self how to fly
Eat a two week old unrefrigerated pie

Invite a psycho killer inside
scratch a drug dealer's brand new ride
take your helmet off in outer space
use a clothes dryer as a hiding place

Keep a rattle snake as a pet
sell both your kidneys on the internet
eat a tube of super glue
i wonder what's this red button do

Dress up like a moose during hunting season
disturb a nest of wasps for no good reason
stand on the edge of a train station platform
drive around the boom gates at a level crossing
run across the tracks between the platforms

Developer Spotlight - Long Live Astolfo!

Thanks for giving me this chance, it was a pleasure to chat with you!

posted to Share by CoolJames1610
posted to Share by retronbv

whole thing. positioning, style, and the dark theme felt a bit lazy the way you executed it tbh @retronbv

copy paste
posted to Share by sta2111

the repl doesn’t run

Looking for a partner
posted to Ask by LINIA

If you’re new to Python then I recommend that you consider dropping it and starting with a beginner language like C++. I understand that Python is a tempting choice due to the massive support for it in the community and other platforms but trust me when I say it’s better to start with a different language because it’ll benefit you more in the long run.

Argument Error
posted to Ask by GangstaPichu

nope, check line 30 @JosephSanthosh

Argument Error
posted to Ask by GangstaPichu

no that doesn’t do what they intended, read line 30 @CoolJames1610

Argument Error
posted to Ask by GangstaPichu

The problem is that the name of your function is the same as the predefined function type() as seen here

Define your function at the start of the program and rename it to something else.

How do you move the to a folder?
posted to Ask by PythoNinja

wouldn’t the file still exist tho? @JosephSanthosh

How do you move the to a folder?
posted to Ask by PythoNinja

nah it defo can @ImmaEatYouMan

How do you move the to a folder?
posted to Ask by PythoNinja

mv new_location will move the file without losing the contents

make sure to edit your .replit file accordingly

Should I switch form Python to Java
posted to Ask by Philbla

You should switch to Node.js before moving to Java, and definitely don’t go for C++ beforehand. Honestly, don’t go anywhere near C++/C#, if you have plans for it then I recommend looking at Rust beforehand.

posted to Ask by dfnk

@malvoliothegood Right, you can leave the sass out your reply, mate. The repl is hardly relevant.

Here you go @dfnk

How to Code Minecraft Plugins!
posted to Tutorials by AstOwOlfo

doesnt show java cause repl hates me @CoolBro4811

How to Code Minecraft Plugins!
posted to Tutorials by AstOwOlfo

its the 2 values you configured when setting up maven @CoolBro4811

How to Code Minecraft Plugins!
posted to Tutorials by AstOwOlfo

Cheers mate, I appreciate it. Hope it helps you out ;) @ChezCoder