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2 years ago
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Woke up this morning and saw that I had 999 messsages, and saw that someone absolutely spammed my "inbox" or bell icon. image Did anyone else receiv
HahaYes
HahaYes
There is a spammer among us...2 years ago
ThisUserTaken
ThisUserTaken
there was a spammer spamming pings so yeah...2 years ago
EpicGamer007
EpicGamer007
Wait what happened? Did I miss it?2 years ago
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2 years ago
I forgot to login today, and I was accessing someone else' repl to look at their code. However, I got this image. image When did repl make a captcha
realTronsi
realTronsi
captcha systems are so that bots don't flood the site and DDoS or whatnot. Why is it surprising?2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
You can never have enough captchas!2 years ago
Axrevyn
Axrevyn
I'm pretty sure it's been there for a while. I remember someone having problems with their code because it would get blocked because it was a bot. I don't remember the context.2 years ago
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2 years ago
I'm currently writing code for a morse code translator, where you could use dots and dashes to symbolize letters. However, a problem that I am running
DynamicSquid
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2 years ago
Dear you two, TheDrone7 requests that we do a special programming thingy for Rex for his programming jam slideshow. You guys have any ideas? @Amazing
Bookie0
Bookie0
? (I dont understand what the question is lmao)2 years ago
gibbsfreenergy
gibbsfreenergy
so you're asking them ideas for a slideshow? umm, there is keynote and google slides which are pretty good, oh adobe post is pretty good too, i think keynote is the best.2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
btw cookeylang FTW cookeylang FTW kthx bye2 years ago
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2 years ago
I've noticed that there has been an erratic change in cycle count for many users, for example: image No posts or comments, but somehow has 100 cycles
PattanAhmed
PattanAhmed
IDK, Repl.it likes some persons... 🤔 > lol, though2 years ago
Bookie0
Bookie0
SOMEONE ALREADY CLUCKING ASKED A QUESTION LIKE THATTTT!!! (https://repl.it/talk/ask/cgjml/55511) and what do you care about "erratic changes in cycle counts" Many people have already asked questions such as "noticed with my cycle count too" and I'm pretty sure you've seen them already lmao! so the solution for like the 10th time: > Does this affect a few users or does this affect a lot of people? Yes sometimes repl.it takes some time recording/checking/putting the cycles on your profile on 2 years ago
Codemonkey51
Codemonkey51
Prob an unlisted post or two (or three or four, etc), or an issue with replit2 years ago
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2 years ago
Hello. As I come from a C lang family of programming languages, I find it quite curios and intriguing that python forces indentation. Most languages u
Pizzaz4me
Pizzaz4me
Because Python uses indentations to know if your code belongs to a certain function or not. If the code is indented enough, you will see a line coming down from the variable and will end where the indent is less than what the variable is on. Then python will assume all the code inside right of the line belongs to that function. I hope this helps @HahaYes2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
What's the big problem? Python's grammar is very not-unique, read this > Both of them have significant indentation. To handle that, the scanner emits synthetic "{" and "}" tokens (or "indent" and "dedent" as Python calls them), as if there were explicit delimiters for each level of indentation. > In order to know when a new line begins or ends one of more levels of indentation, the scanner has to track the previous indentation value. That state has to be stored in the scanner, which means it ha2 years ago
Bookie0
Bookie0
Hi, as w3 schools says: > Indentation refers to the spaces at the beginning of a code line. Where in other programming languages the indentation in code is for readability only, the indentation in Python is very important. Python uses indentation to indicate a block of code. also, > In most other programming languages, indentation is used only to help make the code look pretty. But in Python, it is required for indicating what block of code a statement belongs to. (from peach pit) But yea 2 years ago
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2 years ago
Give me a word list... around 20-50... of "hard" words and "easy" words. I'm currently making a typing test thing, which is probably be programmed in
HahaYes
HahaYes
Bookie has gotten the check, but you guys can add more!2 years ago
Bookie0
Bookie0
hi there: here are some words: deep embox chief initiative rule litigation memorandum take fair earwax prediction imagine pass combination increase sin trend make hope line conscious biology grudge loop soup cup complete grateful timber hen part shift overcharge swell grow food sensitivity demonstration star vehicle straight productive specimen minor fraud sum bounce amputate distribute diplomatic bench gesture bang registration depressed capital brave bind far sale winter recovery elite conve2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
No. There's a link for that: click hm, that's going to require json parsing2 years ago
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2 years ago
Bois... its time to dump a humongous C++ and Java tutorial. Do you guys want it? Thanks, HahaYes
gibbsfreenergy
gibbsfreenergy
DO IT! p.s. what are you doing? 2 years ago
CodeLongAndPros
CodeLongAndPros
No java2 years ago
EpicGamer007
EpicGamer007
I already have a giant java tutorial coming up(its 777 lines of md right now), if you want i can invite u, im already on constructors.2 years ago
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2 years ago
Hello Everyone! I currently have Manjaro KDE installed. It isn't a persistent flash drive. Is it even possible to make a KDE persistent usb flash driv
CodeLongAndPros
CodeLongAndPros
Ok, so you need two flash drives: Manjaro (Install) + Target (Blank) When you are prompted for "install location", select Target. That should work...2 years ago
k9chelsea2
k9chelsea2
Just gonna wait how long it takes cycle wh-rers to answer [this] (https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/14912/create-a-persistent-bootable-ubuntu-usb-flash-drive/) might help idk2 years ago
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2 years ago
Looking for Java Coders Planning on making a project for encrypted messages
MarkusVincenti
MarkusVincenti
Perhaps you should immediately contact a company that develops and creates applications. As a rule, professionals already work in companies who will do everything as you wish in a good time, I worked with the company https://www.sam-solutions.com/services/technologies/java/ that's why I can recommend them to you.1 year ago
EpicGamer007
EpicGamer007
Hey, what do u need?2 years ago
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3 years ago
Why does everyone hate jquery?
Coder100
Coder100
jQuery is slow and is unnecessary. Why use: $(".something").click(() => {}) when you can do document.querySelector(".something").addEventListener("click", () => {}); `3 years ago
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3 years ago
Hey guys! I'm now learning web design, and I'm not sure what books to purchase. I'm also learning Python, but I'm sure that I can self learn.
GaryStokley
GaryStokley
Thanks for these learning materials. I always try to keep abreast of all the latest news in the field of web design. And I found a source that helps me with this https://masterbundles.com/graphics/logos/sports-logo/ Recently thanks to this I was able to find Premium Sports Logo Designs and it helped me finish my project.8 months ago
Gurzuff
Gurzuff
Thanks, Bookie0, for your recommendations for all the attached links. I will share it with my brother, a teenager who really wants a career in programming. I started learning something from the videos to get a general idea of what I would like my site to look like and where I would sell my services as a fitness trainer. Of course, I'm not going to create the website by myself; I got a web design central coast https://kickingpixels.com.au/ team working today to create a website that aims to make10 months ago
LokeshJoshi3
LokeshJoshi3
Python is an extremely useful language, which is used by various tech giants. Python’s code and readability makes it very easy to understand and one can program huge programs with ease. Another great advantage of Python is its in-built modules and packages. One can even download more modules and packages according to the programmers’ requirements. you can check here best Python books for Beginners and Advanced Programmers( https://learndunia.com/best-python-books/)1 year ago
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3 years ago
I'm thinking of a encrypted message sender, and I want some people who are pretty good at Python to make this with me. Thanks, HahaYes
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3 years ago
Should I use Node.Js for backend or Java? Thanks, HahaYes
zplusfour
zplusfour
of course nodejs3 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
Hi! For backend, you should use node.js. Java, although cool, is a verbose language and is also general purpose. You should probably use something that is meant for backend, also known as node.js.3 years ago
InvisibleOne
InvisibleOne
Considering that I don't know much of java or node.js, I would suggest using the age old message to solve dilemmas such as this ... Flip a coin3 years ago
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3 years ago
Yay Java Time + Computer Science Time Why I Made This Course Basically school's starting again. (Yay) That means schoolwork. I'll be taking AP Compute
HahaYes
HahaYes
@AmazingMech2418 Where are you? are you okay? @AmazingMech2418 GET BACK ON THE REPl2 years ago
HahaYes
HahaYes
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HahaYes
HahaYes
@amazingmech2148 WHERE ARE YOU ARE YOU OK3 years ago
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3 years ago
Amasad. When Did Repl become duolingo? Why did you guys make acheivements? Annotation 2020-07-31 162356
rediar
rediar
I mean I dont see any problems with this, it makes coding more fun then it already is. time to grind for acheivements. Honestly its probably to reward people for using and exploring repl.it and being a community member! Hopefully we'll see more participation!3 years ago
Bookie0
Bookie0
if you want amasad to reply, maybe ping him... he might not have time to look at all questions especially not-that-important ones like this jk3 years ago
PizzaisGood
PizzaisGood
Congrats on your 10000 cycles! @HahaYes3 years ago
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3 years ago
So I know that there is a grand prize of 10,000 USD. Is there other prizes beside the grand prize? Or is this a all or nothing? (I support both but wh
dabs364
dabs364
is the challenge even real?3 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
uggh more zealous people... Anyways, you'll find out once the challenge officially gets posted3 years ago
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3 years ago
Hehe you think that I'm some immature kid that eats tang powder? Nah. Anyways, should I start a tutorial series that teaches Computer Science and Java
EpicGamer007
EpicGamer007
WHAT!! I bet you will quite a few upvotes per tutorial(because your are HahaYes) so yes! If you are making a tutorial, can I help, I would also be able to teach you java as well... I think they do not teach C++ because they think it is ToO aDvAnCeD3 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
Ew java more like C3 years ago
Bookie0
Bookie0
yea why not? remember to explain well, make loads of examples, give some problems that the people can fix themselves. Im sure people will enjoy learning Java! Good luck! ;)3 years ago
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3 years ago
I guess its called the walrus operator or something... Why does this... := puny little sign... why is it so hated?
Coder100
Coder100
Hi! It's not even hated I don't even know what you are talking about. In python, its like the same as in JS: var a; if ((a = 5) == 5) { console.log("oops wheres the walrus"); } And in python: if (a := 5) == 5: print("oh so thats the walrus") read more about the python walrus and in Go (probably don't use it), it's the same as in C++: // CPP auto a = 5; // a is now of type int // same as doing int a = 5; // GO var a := 5 // a is now of type int // same as doing var a int = 5 more about the 3 years ago
PizzaisGood
PizzaisGood
What you have found is pseudocode Pseudocode is an informal high-level description of the operating principle of a computer program or other algorithm. := is actually the assignment operator. In Python this is simply =. To translate this pseudocode into Python you would need to know the data structures being referenced, and a bit more of the algorithm implementation. Some notes about psuedocode: `:= is the assignment operator or = in Python = is the equality operator or == in Python There a3 years ago
gibbsfreenergy
gibbsfreenergy
I'll just give you the definition instead of a link: In some other languages, “:=” means what “=” means in C and C++: namely, “assignment operator”. ... In still other languages, it may mean something else altogether. So you really need to specify what language you're talking about, rather than just say “programming”, which is unacceptably vague. JUST IGNORE MY OTHER COMMENT IF THIS HELPED THEN PLEASE MARK THIS ANSWER AS CORRECT.3 years ago
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3 years ago
Hey guys, its HahaYes here. I'm thinking of getting into web dev, and I'm learning Html and CSS. (I'll learn Javascript later) First off, I'm a backen
k9chelsea2
k9chelsea2
a good tip imo is learn the file paths if you try to create a web page with multiple pages e.g. I was trying to link CSS to a html file in a folder and then only learnt yesterday after my friend told me, that the CSS has to be in the same folder as the HTML file another tip is, don't go overboard with the CSS as if you open the repl in a new tab it may look a bit off My best tip is learn what the things mean instead of just typing them, in a lot of the case like low-level languages, we just ty3 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
Hi! Repl.it is actually going to make one with the creator of quizlet!! (I have used it before its great!!) Sign up here (since you have hacker it's free) And learn more about it here It's ok if you can't make it, the sessions are recorded. This would also be great bragging rights. Anyways, here's a few awesome web dev things everyone uses: CSS Tricks W3Schools Tutorialspoint Stackoverflow (duh) Welcome to the web dev community! I think you will find it much less frustrating than back end, bu3 years ago
Bookie0
Bookie0
And any good sites to learn web dev? https://codeburst.io/8-websites-you-should-visit-to-learn-web-development-620e93b3f1c5 https://www.elegantthemes.com/blog/tips-tricks/learn-web-development-online https://10web.io/blog/8-best-websites-learn-web-development-for-free/ https://www.w3schools.com/whatis/ > Any tips on learning Web Dev? practice! set goals! when in error, keep on trying (also search google before asking ;)! learn JS! make amazing repls! be encouraged to learn further and furt3 years ago