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"it doesn't hurt to try, but it hurts to give up" . github = https://github.com/dominicl645/XXXTentacion-tribute/wiki
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Dominicl645
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2 years ago
tape 2. no more pinging people.
Hey y'all, this is the beginning of my big repl that i am creating, tell me what you think and tell me where i can improve, but please DO NOT fork thi
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JBloves27
JBloves27
Like last time I said, add a dict. Hope this helps!2 years ago
Dominicl645
Dominicl645
i am not going to ping anyone else so pls dont lock this post too!2 years ago
Dominicl645
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2 years ago
i need this so i can finish something up. pls help. thanks in advance! p.s. i would greatly appreciate the help, it means alot!
MocaCDeveloper
MocaCDeveloper
Would this documentation help?2 years ago
Dominicl645
Dominicl645
yall pls. can someone tell me how to do this?2 years ago
Dominicl645
Dominicl645
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2 years ago
i am collaborating with another repl.it user and i am wondering how you would get a audio file to play in the index.html. where would i have to go and
xxpertHacker
xxpertHacker
If you're trying to do in (X)HTML, then everyone's already answered you. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/audio If you wanted to start it from JavaScript, MDN has documentation on it: https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/API/HTMLAudioElement/Audio https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Learn/JavaScript/Client-sidewebAPIs/Videoandaudio_APIs https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Web/API/WebAudioAPI2 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
Try this code: from replit import audio play('your file') So now, all you have to do is click on the 3 dots, and get your file. And it makes a new file. Just take the name of the file and put it in the play: Screenshot 2020-11-22 at 5.57.49 PM That should work2 years ago
littlepenguin
littlepenguin
Here: https://www.w3schools.com/html/html5_audio.asp2 years ago
Dominicl645
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2 years ago
help, how should i go with this? Create a list elementsList that contains the names of the first 20 elements in atomic number order. Print the even n
Coder100
Coder100
something like: elementsList = [...] for i in range(len(elementsList)): print("%d -- %s" % (i, elementsList[i])) and for the second one: elements60List = [...] for i in range(len(elements60List), 2): print("%d -- %s" % (i, elementsList[i])) evidently you will need to actually put in the values inside the list.2 years ago
Dominicl645
Dominicl645
any help would be greatly appreciated!2 years ago
Dominicl645
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2 years ago
Which function can you use to test whether an absolute or relative path to a folder is valid? using the "os" module, how would you put this into repl.
Coder100
Coder100
try this: https://careerkarma.com/blog/python-check-if-file-exists/ import os os.isdir("directory") `2 years ago
MocaCDeveloper
MocaCDeveloper
os.path.isdir Is what you use to see if a folder(directory) exists2 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
Could you explain your question better? Thanks!2 years ago
Dominicl645
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2 years ago
if you don't mind, could you check this for me and see if i did it correctly? I'm not asking you to give me answers or anything like that, I just want
U3-M1-A2 DL
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RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
Looks pretty good, except for one thing. July fourth has passed. Might want to fix that.2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
Hmm, here's what I get: image July 4th has passed this year.2 years ago
Dominicl645
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i have no clue on how to work the time module in python. if someone can please explain thoroughly on how to work it and help me with this one part, it
U3-M1-A1 DL
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Dominicl645
Dominicl645
yall any help would be greatly appreciated. i am new to using the datetime and time modules2 years ago
Dominicl645
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2 years ago
ok, i have completed the first 2 parts on this, and i just need help on the last part, because i cannot figure out how to complete it, and make it do
U2-M3-A4 DL
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RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
try this phrase = "what is your name" d = input("split?") splitting = phrase.split(d) That should work2 years ago
DynamicSquid
DynamicSquid
phrases = word.split(' ') for phrase in phrases: print(phrase) `2 years ago
Whacko
Whacko
Like, how often split them?2 years ago
Dominicl645
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2 years ago
so i am having to do this: Write the code to multiply the numbers 1 through 7. The output should look like: 1x2x3x4x5x6x7 = 5040 remember you can use
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wqq
wqq
Zc92 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
Use this code: total = 1 for i in range(1, 8): total = i * total print(total) That should work `2 years ago
Dominicl645
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2 years ago
print threeNum b. check if index 0 is < 5 i. if threeNum[0] < 5, replace index
U2-M2-A3 DL
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Coder100
Coder100
You forgot that you are comparing to an integer! Your list type is a string You are comparing an int so it will never be true! Change your code to: if threeNum[0] == "5": threeNum[0] = "small" print(threeNum) elif threeNum[0] == "5": threeNum[0] = "big" print(threeNum) or: if int(threeNum[0]) == 5: threeNum[0] = "small" print(threeNum) elif int(threeNum[0]) == 5: threeNum[0] = "big" print(threeNum) `2 years ago
SUHASTADIPARTH1
SUHASTADIPARTH1
You need to do this: threeNum = ["2", "7", "9"] if int(threeNum[0]) > 5: threeNum[0] = 'small' else: threeNum[0] = 'large' print(threeNum) You need to convert that first index of the list into a integer, since you have all strings in your list If you have a list of strings, convert the indices to integers or make the list all integers do threeNum = [2, 7, 9] instead of threeNum = ["2", "7", "9"]2 years ago
Dominicl645
Dominicl645
hey y'all, i need some help. @Coder100 2 years ago
Dominicl645
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Dominicl645
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2 years ago
this is what i have to do: Favorite Food program. Get user input for 1 favFood. Iterate through the letters in favFood and print each letter on a new
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RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
Uhh, is everything working. Everything seems to be working for me.2 years ago
Dominicl645
Dominicl645
um....i think i broke it. 2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
On each of it's own line, so: for i in word: print(i) `2 years ago
Dominicl645
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2 years ago
Directions: Complete the following statements below: Write the code for Capitalize Program. a. Assign newName an empty string b. Get user
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Kai_Justice
Kai_Justice
newName = [] Turns the variable firstName into a list (ex. Kai -> ['K', 'a', 'i']) Then it starts to iterate through the list. for char in list(firstName): print(char) then if the char is "i" or "o" then you capitalize it. if char in ["i", "o"]: turns current char to uppercase version (ex. "i" -> "I") char = char.upper() adds the char to the list newName newName.append(char) VVVVVVV Joins the list into a string and prints it print(''.join(newName)) >https://www.w3schools.com/2 years ago
Spacecraft
Spacecraft
You've been posting a lot of your homework questions lately. Your code is not much of an attempt, to be honest. You could have at least given the IF,ELIF,ELSE loop a try before posting. I'm adding a solution for this problem, but in the future, please make an honest attempt with your own code before asking for help. def Capitalize(word): newName = "" for letter in word: if letter == 'i': newName += letter.upper() elif letter == 'o': newName += letter.upper() else: 2 years ago
Dominicl645
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2 years ago
please help. i am trying to figure out more about python and i want to make a game, but i dont know how to use the imported replit and i dont know how
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qwertyuiop1111
qwertyuiop1111
Hey! I am looking to work on a game, and I am looking for someone to help. You were reccomended to me by @DigiLab . Please tell me if you are willing to work with me on a Python game. Thanks, @qwertyuiop11112 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
Turtle Use turtle to make easy games. So once you've mastered it, just move on to pygame. Here are some links: https://realpython.com/beginners-guide-python-turtle/ https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/turtle-programming-python/2 years ago
Muffinlavania
Muffinlavania
Well if you want something like this Use python(with turtle)! This is super simple, nothing complicated like pygame(even though its not all that bad i think_2 years ago
Dominicl645
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2 years ago
so i basically have to do this: Task #3: Directions: Write the code for the following steps: Write the code for Improved Multiplying Calculator: ·
U1-M3-A7 dominic lubitz 9th
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Coder100
Coder100
what was the previous program2 years ago
DynamicSquid
DynamicSquid
What have you done so far?2 years ago
littlepenguin
littlepenguin
You go through the string to see if there is operators other than * and /.2 years ago
Dominicl645
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2 years ago
here is the third task...at first glance it seems simple. to me it is actually difficult and someone please help. any help is appreciated. thanks in a
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loyedneuer
loyedneuer
I appreciate you sharing your expertise and experience. Your website is really good. five nights at freddy's The amount of knowledge on your website is astounding.7 months ago
Coder100
Coder100
Oh, on line 24 right? The thing is you forgot to convert it into a int so it was still a string and concatenated the strings. Here's the correct code: if num1.isdigit() and num2.isdigit(): print(int(num1) + int(num2)) elif num1.isalpha() and num2.isalpha(): print("You did not enter a valid number") elif num1.isdigit() and num2.isalpha(): print("You entered only one valid number") elif num1.isalpha() and num2.isdigit(): print("You entered only one valid number") else: print("Do you even2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
what help do you need2 years ago
Dominicl645
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2 years ago
Instructions: You are going to create the game Rock, Paper, Scissors. You are going to ask the user for either Rock, Paper or Scissors then compare
Coder100
Coder100
Sure, try something like: import random choices = [ 'rock', 'paper', 'scissors' ] computer_choice = random.choice(choices) print (computer_choice) your_choice = input("your choice: ") if computerchoice == yourchoice: print("tie!") elif computerchoice == 'rock' and yourchoice != 'paper': print("computer won!") elif computerchoice == 'paper' and yourchoice != 'scissors': print("computer won!") elif computerchoice == 'scissors' and yourchoice != 'rock': print("computer won!") else: prin2 years ago
Dominicl645
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An interesting problem in number theory is sometimes called the “necklace problem.” his problem begins with two single-digit numbers. The next number
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Spacecraft
Spacecraft
@dominicl645 The first 2 numbers in the sequence are added. If the sum of these 2 numbers is 10 or greater, subtract 10. This becomes the next number in the sequence. Repeat these steps until the last two numbers of the sequence are the same as the first two. Study this code to understand how it works: necklace = [] value1 = int(input('Enter the first starting number: ')) value2 = int(input('Enter the second starting number: ')) necklace.append(value1) necklace.append(value2) exit = False n = 22 years ago
Bookie0
Bookie0
hi can you precise your question? We can't just solve a problem for you; try starting by yourself first, what have you tried already, have do you think is wrong, what do you think could work, etc. Ask your teacher if you don't fully understand the problem, and try to rephrase it so we can fully understand it! ;) 2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
what even is a necklace problem wdym repeated2 years ago
Dominicl645
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2 years ago
i am looking for people who want to make a game and would greatly appreciate it. this will be one of my hardest projects yet and would be grateful for
Lets Make A Game
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Highwayman
Highwayman
Aye sounds good what’s the game2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
what game are you trying to make? a bit vague here2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
hi fren2 years ago
Dominicl645
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2 years ago
What is your favorite NFL team? this information is going to good use, so please leave comment your answers. thanks in advance
EpicGamer007
EpicGamer007
Seahawks ftw, #letrusscook , yes vegito pfp2 years ago
Dominicl645
Dominicl645
well for me i am a Cowboys fan.2 years ago
Bookie0
Bookie0
The New York Giants because I'm from New York City. I'm not into NFL anyways. If you want the whole team, you can check this out and this and this may help! ;)2 years ago