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@CoolGuy27
An Ethical hacker in progress and overall cool guy who does HTML and C# Ping me if you need help
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CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
bookmarklet autoclicker
does anyone know a bookmarklet autoclicker?
BraydenWalters
BraydenWalters
where the fuck is the bookmark9 months ago
memekakra90909090
memekakra90909090
javascript:var DELAY = 0;var autoClickerStyleElement = document.createElement("style");autoClickerStyleElement.innerHTML="*{cursor: crosshair !important;}";document.body.appendChild(autoClickerStyleElement);function addClicker(e) {if(!e.isTrusted) {return;}if(e.target.classList.contains("auto-clicker-target")) {e.target.classList.remove("auto-clicker-target");} else {e.target.classList.add("auto-clicker-target");}document.body.removeChild(autoClickerStyleElement);document.body.removeEventListene9 months ago
BrodyDevlin
BrodyDevlin
i do11 months ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
So let's just say I am working on a secret project (DEFINITELY NOT) And i need to sleep the console in js for it. how do I do that? https://repl.it/@C
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
Thanks to ll of you I have gotten what I needed!2 years ago
Bookie0
Bookie0
I've googled it for you: check out this StackOverflow page Basically, according to the page, you'll have a function that returns a setTimeout. Then in the second function, you can call the first function sleep() and as argument, you put the number of milliseconds you want to wait. And you can also use it in a loop. function sleep(ms) { return new Promise(resolve => setTimeout(resolve, ms)); } async function demo() { console.log('Taking a break...'); await sleep(2000); console.log('Two2 years ago
JBloves27
JBloves27
It seems like you cant, but you can use seperate functions. You can wait, then call it when you want. like this: function function1() { // stuff you want to happen right away console.log('Welcome to My Console,'); } function function2() { // all the stuff you want to happen after that pause console.log('Blah blah blah blah extra-blah'); } // call the first chunk of code right away function1(); // call the rest of the code and have it execute after 3 seconds setTimeout(function2 years ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
I made this platformer, but I can't for the life of me think of how to add a platform with colliders. Can someone help?
platformer
HTML, CSS, JS
Baconman321
Baconman321
Note that what these guys say will only work if the object is 100% covering the other object. You should check if the position plus the width/height overlaps. In other words, you should check if the position plus the width and height overlaps the other object's width, height, and position. I don't have code, but you're smart, you can figure it out. Just remember, it's something along the lines of width/height/position.2 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
Solution Make an if statement to check if the positions are the same. that will check for collisions.2 years ago
InvisibleOne
InvisibleOne
To check if something has collided with another object, you just check if their locations are the same2 years ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
how do I get an input alert() and an cancel or yes alert()
InvisibleOne
InvisibleOne
let answer = prompt("Yes or No?") if (answer == 'Yes'){ alert("Yay! You said yes!") } else { alert("Drat, you said no...") } 2 years ago
adsarebbbad
adsarebbbad
window.prompt() and window.confirm()2 years ago
epiclink29
epiclink29
do java.util.* Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in); String alert = in.nextLine; 2 years ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
I just want to know how to use them. might be coming in a new game soon!
EpicGamer007
EpicGamer007
ReplAuth is a way to login with repl. This is how you do it in python. This and this is how you do it with nodejs 2 years ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
I made a simple python eval thing, and I would like to know if I can do this in C#?
question
Python
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
NO C# doesn't have the eval method.2 years ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
What coding language does Roblox® use? I could not find this anywhere else, so repl devs take this down if you want, I just wanted to know.
RayhanADev
RayhanADev
G’day @CoolGuy27 Just to let you know while Roblox does use Lua, the version on Repl.it is not the same as the one on Roblox! Cheers, ~ Ray <32 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
lua2 years ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
Can you stop a setinterval? this is it but post needs 50 chars
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
Use the clearInterval() method. Check these links out. https://www.w3schools.com/jsref/metwinclearinterval.asp2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
let myInterval = setInterval(...); clearInterval(myInterval); read more2 years ago
SUHASTADIPARTH1
SUHASTADIPARTH1
Yes, you can do clearInterval() to clear the interval.2 years ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
I have been working on this project with other coders @hello1964 @ComputingSquid @lightningrock @Kookiez , and the save system we have been working on
code clicker developing
HTML, CSS, JS
Coder100
Coder100
localstorage saves everything as a string! Have: let score = Number(localStorage.getItem("...")); score ++; and you see it works.2 years ago
InvisibleOne
InvisibleOne
Make sure that you are saving it as an integer and not a string2 years ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
Is it possible to clear repl.it localstorage data? (if so, how?)
Coder100
Coder100
localStorage.clear() `2 years ago
EpicGamer007
EpicGamer007
Do you mean for one of your repls? Or replit?2 years ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
How do I add an html button that exits the code?
objectme12
objectme12
and thanks2 years ago
objectme12
objectme12
just add break at the end or break:2 years ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
I would like to create a c# interprete on a html repl. Can someone walk me through it?
Coder100
Coder100
You can't, but you can have them give you a download link: Click here to download `2 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
you have to connect a c# file to HTML, like for scripting javascript, you can do this -- - This is for javascript, for c#, you have to do another tag for c2 years ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
I have made this repl, and I would like to add autoclickers to it. How would I do this?
code clicker developing
HTML, CSS, JS
Baconman321
Baconman321
XD window.setInterval(()=>{document.getElementById('button').click();},1); paste that into console and oof, no clicking today XD hacks2 years ago
Baconman321
Baconman321
Just make code that automatically ups the the score using https://www.w3schools.com/jsref/metwinsetinterval.asp window.setInterval();2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
setInterval is your friend :) setInterval(() => { x += 2; }, 1000) In this example, x (inside your clicker game, I presume that is your score) gets added by 2 every 10 seconds.2 years ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
Write lines of code in this clicker game! (Working on adding leaderboard!) For us coders to play and be lonely, cuz we got no friends PLEASE upvote
code clicker game!
HTML, CSS, JS
CharlesMorriso1
CharlesMorriso1
@CoolGuy27 LOVE IT!2 years ago
DishanBhattacha
DishanBhattacha
I really love this. I have some ideas for this I would like to implement. I created my own version of this project so if you'd like to see what I did, I can invite you to my project. Basically I added a coder buddy buyer that costs 100k and changed the font to black and green (to mimic the terminal thing).2 years ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
This is a simple number counter I made in C#, but if you put in a number that is too high, it stops before finishing. Can someone help me?
count to infinity
C#
Coder100
Coder100
ok, based on what people say, using System; using System.Collections.Generic; class Program { static void Main (string[] args) { List numbers = new List(); try { Console.WriteLine("What number do you want me to count to?"); int answer = Convert.ToInt32(Console.ReadLine()) + 1; for (int i = 0 ; i < answer; i++) { numbers.Add(i); Console.WriteLine(numbers[i]); } Console.WriteLine(" "); Console.WriteLine($"Succesfully counte2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
What do you mean by a number that is too high2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
btw why are you storing these things inside a list? You appear to be unusing the list.2 years ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
I have studied @DynamicSquid 's tutorial, but I cannot find the night language on Repl. Is it on repl, or is it not there yet?
DynamicSquid
DynamicSquid
Need help setting it up?2 years ago
Epicmuffinepic
Epicmuffinepic
It is not the winner of the language jam, therefore, it is not on repl.it. You should fork the repl then run the code, or listen to their instructions on how to use the night language2 years ago
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
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2 years ago
Count to numbers! My first kinda successful repl. Make sure to input a number! There is a bug with opening it in a new tab, if you do a high enough nu
count to infinity
C#
CoolGuy27
CoolGuy27
Count to numbers! My first kinda successful repl. There is a bug with opening it in a new tab, if you do a high enough number it stops without finishing. I would love help on how to fix that.2 years ago