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@Axrevyn
Better at 3D printing than all this programming nonsense.
  • Human Worth Calculator

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    Made with Python
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  • LOLCODE Human Worth Calculator

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    My Human Worth Calculator, but in LOLCODE.

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  • Blackout

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    A quick escape-the-room kind text adventure game, and a successor to the first game I ever tried to make.

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Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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1 year ago
QUESTIONS!
I just need random, funny questions. Oddly specific, entirely irrelevant, weird wording, or just plain dumb, doesn't matter. Throw them at me Best is
ZylizOnReplit
ZylizOnReplit
Why am I wet after showering?1 year ago
FloCal35
FloCal35
If I have more cheese it has more holes, if I have more holes I have less cheese. If we use the [I forgot which one] property in math... would that mean More cheese = Less cheese1 year ago
MrVoo
MrVoo
How come everyone forgot about communist Shrek when the USSR fell? He was everyone's role model, and his personality was everyone's idea of perfection. Also why do you want questions?1 year ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
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Blackout
BlackoutA quick escape-the-room kind text adventure game, and a successor to the first game I ever tried to make.
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
I need some humorous multiple-choice questions for my BrainF Human Worth Calculator (YES I ACTUALLY MIGHT FINISH THIS!) Best one gets marked as answe
Bookie0
Bookie0
Check this out! :) A few: Do you have a mac, PC, Linux, or something else? If you don't have a mac I will come find you and kill you murder you... How old are you? (Answer: Oh, because of your previous responses, I thought you were [user's age - 5]. Is cereal a soup? Is a hotdog a sandwich? If peanut butter wasn't called peanut butter what would it be called? Good luck and have fun! :) 2 years ago
Evanlicious
Evanlicious
I love BrainF. Anyways, ask them this: "Are you a certified plumber in Brooklyn, or are you just a Mario-wannabe?" (Sorry if it's not that funny.)2 years ago
InvisibleOne
InvisibleOne
Is there lint in your belly button?2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
I have a small problem. I'm attempting to add the contents of a list to a variable. Example: list = [1, 5, 14] Add the contents of the list to a va
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
Solution you can use the sum keyword to perform this task. assign it to variable, and print it. It's a much easier way. list = [1, 5, 14] variable = sum(list) print(variable) like that. That should work2 years ago
19wintersp
19wintersp
You can sum a list by looping through it: list = [1, 5, 14] variable = 0 for item in list: variable += item print(variable) #output: 20 Python has a built-in version of this called sum: list = [1, 5, 14] variable = sum(list) print(variable) #output: 20 `2 years ago
YuvanVighnesh
YuvanVighnesh
what are you trying to achieve by putting those numbers as a list?? just do or 2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
The title basically sums up my problem. I've finished printing, now I need to take input. Getting the input is easy, how do I actually do something wi
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
Try this code: [-]>,----------[++++++++++>,----------]<[<] `2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brainfuck#Commands read this ^^ 2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
use ,2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
image This code does nothing. What am I doing wrong? https://repl.it/@Axrevyn/BrainF-HWC
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
Line 6, I think you meant to put 3 <'s instead of 2 (assuming cell 0 is supposed to be an iterator 'variable') EDIT: I was wrong2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
instead of sending a screenshot send the code lol2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
Does Repl.it block virtual machines from accessing the site? image
Coder100
Coder100
Did you try to use an iframe? Repl.it has a cors policy, so if you tried something like: it won't work. Most websites don't.2 years ago
JBloves27
JBloves27
I think it just means that the site is like clogged. It's just being used so much2 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
Sometimes this means it can't access the URL you try to reach. Or sometimes it just means you have to refresh.2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
How do I print letters in this godforsaken language?
Bookie0
Bookie0
read this to undertand a bit! Bascially, (from the site): // You need to use https://copy.sh/brainfuck/ to run // this code. /** Using different cells to store different numeric values Cell 1 = 70; Cell 2 = 80; Cell 3 = 30 These base values can then be incremented or decremented to store ASCII values of the characters we need to print */ ++++++++++ //Cell 1 = 70(To run the loop 10 times) [ >+++++++ // Cell 1 = 7*10 >++++++++ // Cell 2 = 8*10 >+++ // Cell 3 = 3*10 +.--..++++++. // Printi2 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
You have to use signs.2 years ago
realTronsi
realTronsi
Hi, use . to print characters. it will print via ascii code depending on your current cell value. This is a great tutorial I used to learn BrainF before: https://gist.github.com/roachhd/dce54bec8ba55fb17d3a2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
This isn't exactly a coding question, so I'll understand if this gets taken down. Hey, for those who have built their own computers: How much will a
Bookie0
Bookie0
don't build one, buy a mac, they are the best! XD2 years ago
RayhanADev
RayhanADev
Heya @Axrevyn If you want to build a decent PC, set a budget of at least 1,000 dollars. Use PCPartsPicker to plan your build. It’s an amazing website that even gives you links to where you can buy your parts. I suggest building off of some design they already have. Wish you great luck! ~ Ray <32 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
I noticed some people have this... tag. I don't know what to call it. image What exactly does it mean?
SUHASTADIPARTH1
SUHASTADIPARTH1
It means they had posted tutorials in the tutorials section and some people may have benefited from it.2 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
It means they have tutorials and have been popular. These things are posts with tutorials, which is why they have content creator.2 years ago
TsunamiOrSumth
TsunamiOrSumth
It means they have made tutorials for the repl community.2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
god this was painful Human Worth Calculator! This is one of my greatest accomplishments. Not even joking. Blackout doesn't even come close to this. Or
LOLCODE Human Worth Calculator
LOLCODE
Chocolate16
Chocolate16
me worth 660!2 years ago
rediar
rediar
Government agencies actually have a worth on human life. Nice project, msut have been a pain to make in LOLCODE2 years ago
HarnamanKhaira
HarnamanKhaira
I'm worth $528. That's a good thing right? Screenshot 2020-10-30 at 3.08.43 PM2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
image image stupid error. I know it's line 6, and the error is with calling it a certain data type, because if I remove it... image ...it works. image
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
It's because the line you're having trouble with is not considered a function as you are using it.2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
image In the screenshot, I'm trying to start an if/then statement with this expression, but it throws this error: image What's the error?
InvisibleOne
InvisibleOne
You shouldn't have and, I'm pretty sure it's just 'an' BOTH SAEM FIRST_ANSWER AN "YES", O RLY? `2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
send repl2 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
IT means, you have to put a line, instead of a word, or string.2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
This is a very strange problem that I have no idea how to solve. How is this variable undefined? Screenshot 2020-10-08 at 8.39.22 AM Screenshot 2020
Coder100
Coder100
FIXED last = "None" while True: op = input("Ans:"+str(last)+"\n\n [>>>>] ") answer = 0 # use this so python knows which answer to define if op[1] == "+": answer = int(op[0]) + int(op[2]) # if python defined the answer in here, it wouldn't be able to be used outside of the if statement print(answer) last=answer `2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
Hi fren! send repl please :) The thing is, answer is not defined because it is declared in the if statement, after you unindent, answer gets 'deleted', here's the fixed code: answer = 0 if op[1] == "+" answer = int(op[0]) + int(op[2]) print(answer) `2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
What are some really situational/obscure functions that Python has built-in?
Coder100
Coder100
Ok, here are links to some obscure functions I would never use (or don't have a use for currently). https://docs.python.org/3/library/functions.html#delattr https://docs.python.org/3/library/functions.html#hash https://docs.python.org/3/library/functions.html#func-memoryview https://docs.python.org/3/library/functions.html#compile https://docs.python.org/3/library/functions.html#complex2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
You can find all the functions here Anyways, this is a really general question lol2 years ago
MocaCDeveloper
MocaCDeveloper
Um I don't really know what you mean by that... But, you have the int function that turns a string to an int, the list function for defining lists, the dict function for defining dictionaries. For dictionaries you have the .get function to get a certain keys value. You have the .update function to update dictionaries and the .append function to append something to a list. You have the exec function, but I recommend not using it. All it does is execute Python code..which is kinda useless and c2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
This should work, right? The exec() is within a loop...can someone explain why it doesn't work? image image
Coder100
Coder100
no it doesn't exec does not execute code like that, it looks more like this: while True: anonexecfunction(): break # this is the code you put in anonexecfunction() It does it this way because of security, and also for more functionality. If you are looking to break out of a loop, why not just do: while True: command = "break" if command == 'break': break `2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
I do notice that there's a debugging option, but I don't really know how it works or what exactly it does. What does it do? How do you use it?
CodeLongAndPros
CodeLongAndPros
GDB and PDB are better.2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
Only python has it, and honestly, it's not even that good, basically it just slows down the program so you can go line by line and 'debug' by seeing what the program is doing.2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
Who is Nathan from Repl.it? Is that an actual person? Or a bot?
Coder100
Coder100
He's real, He's Zwack#0001 on Discord. In the community, he is this guy: image2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
I'm a little too curious for my own good.2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
I noticed that a person can mark any comment as their answer in an ask post. image In that screenshot, I could have marked Coder100's comment as the a
gibbsfreenergy
gibbsfreenergy
Haha lol, that was a fun question in the screenshot.2 years ago
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
Yeah, if you end up finding the answer on your own, you can mark your own comment as the answer. You won't get 5 cycles for it tho lol. The reason why it's there is because if someone else searches for your problem in the future, they'll see that there's an answer, and can find it worth their time to look at the post.2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
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2 years ago
I feel like I need a team. I have no ideas of things to code, and the projects I do start on I abandon because of burnout - because they're too big f
AnthonyMouse
AnthonyMouse
I would love too work with you but I don't know Python. :(2 years ago
tankerguy1917
tankerguy1917
I got a few projects I need help with. They aren't very big, or they don't need much done, mainly just making my def statements work. If you could help, I would appreciate it.2 years ago