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Just here to code stuff sometimes
  • [CM] - Custom Methods {Python} IV

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    tabishg
    tabishg
    2 years ago

    Hey there! Thanks for being such an active Repler! My name is Tabish, and I lead Product & Growth here at Replit
    I'd love to set-up some time with you to chat about your experience using Replit and how we can improve our services for you
    Feel free to set-up 20 mins with me here for a call

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  • !POP [PUB:ED]-Data Set Math Calculator (Python)

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    Math data set calculator for: mean median mode mid-range range mean deviation standard deviation maximum and minimum points

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  • [CM] - Custom Methods {Python} V

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replexaWeb Cube is an Alexa skill designed to download website files to your computer. Just connect a computer, request a resource or URL, and that's it. Supports only a very limited amount of files (see https://replexa.geocube101.repl.co/links) but feel free to email me some more at [email protected]
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What is it Custom Methods IV is the fourth iteration of a set of custom classes designed for python (guess it should be called "Custom Classes"). Each
[CM] - Custom Methods {Python} IV
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Geocube101
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Recurse Recurse is a statically typed, language that compiles into python It was initially designed to combine features from Java, C++, and Python. An
TheDrone7
TheDrone7
Hello there! The jam required you to submit a team repl. However, I see you've submitted a personal repl instead. Might I enquire as to why you have done this? In case you were having trouble embedding the team repl. You only need to include a link to the team repl in your post description and it will get embedded automatically when clicked on the link.2 years ago
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3 years ago
I was just wondering if it was possible to tell the IDE that a certain text file should have syntax highlighting. For example, if I have a file called
Coder100
Coder100
Hello, there is a post asking for this! Check it out here3 years ago
CoolJames1610
CoolJames1610
No, I don't think so :(3 years ago
Geocube101
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I recently made a program that coverts a text file of custom code into python code to execute (which is the repl currently displaying) This series of
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I recently made a program that coverts a text file of custom code into python code to execute (which is the repl currently displaying) This series of
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I recently made a program that coverts a text file of custom code into python code to execute (which is the repl currently displaying) This series of
Geocube101
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3 years ago
I recently made a program that coverts a text file of custom code into python code to execute (which is the repl currently displaying) This series of
staticvoidliam7
staticvoidliam7
this is so cool!3 years ago
Geocube101
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Was developing a game with a node.js express framework which required a way to store scores. I decided to store them using players' repl.it names (as
amasad
amasad
Why do you need to test if a username exists if you're using the automatic auth? you can be sure it exist3 years ago
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3 years ago
This program (which took around 4 or 5 months) compiles a custom language into python for execution. It's not the most efficient language but it was j
Geocube101
Geocube101
@ChezCoder @EddieHozan @NikoBrooks @Kai_Justice @billehb @MatthewDoan @rediar @pyelias @Vandesm14 @theangryepicbanana Thanks I added a few files in the "tutorial" folder of this repl for some information on how to use this language.3 years ago
ChezCoder
ChezCoder
Change the error line from No Variable Found Called 'VARIABLE NAME' to Couldn't find 'VARIABLE NAME'3 years ago
Geocube101
Geocube101
@billehb the main part of the program is complete as all necessary commands have been completed. All that remains are some modules. Feel free to tell me of any bugs3 years ago
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Is it possible to get a fixed ID for a socket (I'm using the socket.io module with node.js) I've tried socket.id but it changes every time the page re
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4 years ago
Can someone tell me what fork/exec /usr/local/bin/node: operation not permitted means? It occurs every now and then when I try to run a node js applic
vedprad1
vedprad1
It is not happening to any of my node.js programs. Could you share the link to the code? That would be really helpful!4 years ago
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4 years ago
Money Programmer is a game in which you program different programs to make money. Programs are split into three categories: games, utilities, and oper
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4 years ago
Does anyone know how long a repl server is online before it's automatically shutdown?
Zavexeon
Zavexeon
I believe it is in the range of 30 to 60 minutes. If you want to keep your server alive, and if it has a url, use https://uptimerobot.com/. It'll ping your server every x amount of time to keep it from going to sleep. Here's how to use it: Create an account at uptimerobot. Go to your dashboard, and click "Add New Monitor". Select HTTP(s) as the monitor type. Give it a friendly name (can be anything), and in the url box put the url to webpage hosted replit. Preferably the home page. Set the moni4 years ago
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4 years ago
Nuclear Power Plant Regulation 2 is a game in which you regulate a nuclear power plant. You must manage plutonium and coolant resources, along with ve
timmy_i_chen
timmy_i_chen
Pretty cool game! I learned some stuff :)4 years ago
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4 years ago
A Game in which you must move into randomly placed holes to avoid a block. Controls Use WASD or Arrow Keys to move. Use Space to fire a bullet (10 S
[PUB:GAME]-Pixel Run
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4 years ago
Some thing I made to search a page for keywords. Any links in the page are stored and searched as well. It's highly recommended to set the maximum amo
HackermonDev
HackermonDev
pretty cool3 years ago
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Moving an HTML Canvas Element Moving an HTML canvas element can be extremely useful. You can make games and apps with moving and animated elements. Be
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4 years ago
Match the cube with the hole to pass. Level counter is below the game Use the 'w' and 's' keys to move The barrier speeds up at the red line Log: Ad
[PUB:GAME]-Hole in the wall
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4 years ago
Avoid falling pixels raining from above. Use the right and left arrow keys to move out of the way of falling blocks Below is the time alive in second
[PUB:GAME]-Pixel Drop
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TMH97
TMH97
Not a bad little game at all. The biggest problem with it, in my opinion, is the delay between when you push the arrow keys and when the player block starts moving rapidly. While I don't know much JavaScript, I remember having a similar problem with one of my own projects. I recommend instead of getting which key is down and basing movements on that, to have a boolean variable corresponding to each key that is changed when the key is pressed and when the key is released, and basing movements o4 years ago