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  • Flicker

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    Made with C#

    A console game made in C#

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    QuinnCallen
    QuinnCallen
    2 years ago

    this was very fun! maybe make the maps bigger so it is easier to see?

    JustinChoiWZ
    JustinChoiWZ
    2 years ago

    This is HARD

  • forknite

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    Made with HTML, CSS, JS
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    ViyonGamercoder
    ViyonGamercoder
    1 year ago

    XD

    GLADsSupport
    GLADsSupport
    1 year ago

    need ur help , dm me - GLADIATOR#0001

  • VERY VERY SCARY DONT RUn

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    Made with Python
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  • Asteroid

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    Made with Python

    My programming language!

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JacobMcPherson1
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How do i get character off the end of a string in js
how do i get the first 11 characters off a string in javascript
samfierycreeper
samfierycreeper
@JacobMcPherson1, you can substring() let myRandomVariable = "Hello World!!!" let otherVariable = myRandomVariable.substring(0, 5) console.log(otherVariable) <-- prints the string "Hello" Substring is a used for exactly what you're trying to do. substring(characteryouwanttostartwith, characteryouwanttoendwith)1 year ago
ch1ck3n
ch1ck3n
str.substring(11);1 year ago
JacobMcPherson1
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Just a little pyramid generator I made so I could practice my D skills
nixxed d
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JacobMcPherson1
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If I generate a big pyramid this weird question mark thing replaces some of the blocks (�). Why is this happening?
Pyramid in Ruby
Ruby
ruiwenge2
ruiwenge2
I don’t know what it is but I do know the question mark appears sometimes to me as well1 year ago
JacobMcPherson1
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1 year ago
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How would I access the visitor's var in my index.html file?
LuckyMutedCoin
Ruby
CodingCactus
CodingCactus
you should use erb files, not html ones A little example: main.rb get "/" do @randnum = rand(1..10) erb :index end public/index.erb If you need some explanation, let me know!1 year ago
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Just a simple login system I made to help me learn Ruby
simple login system using the ruby replitdb client
Ruby
Bunnytoes
Bunnytoes
good job1 year ago
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Welcome to Asteroid! logo Asteroid is my small programming language that I've made. Output: println("Hello, World!"); Prints "Hello, World!" with a
Asteroid
Python
ruiwenge2
ruiwenge2
Cool!1 year ago
JacobMcPherson1
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I've made my own programming lang called Blade, and I've got basic things like output, variables, and math working but I'm gonna need help doing the m
Asteroid
Python
17lwinn
17lwinn
Hi, I looked through the language- good job! Does Go have some part in this as a lot of the files end with .Go? Or is this so repl highlights them?1 year ago
JacobMcPherson1
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Is there any way I can disable them somehow and just make my own errors?
Asteroid
Python
IMayBeMe
IMayBeMe
Yeah, to my knowledge if you use try and except on every operation such as “+” and make your own error under except, it should print that when something goes wrong.1 year ago
JacobMcPherson1
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When I try to define a variable like t = 5 and do println(t*t) I get an error. Can someone please help me fix this? The problem is in parser.py
e
Python
IMayBeMe
IMayBeMe
In line 151 try switching the two p.NAME‘s to p.NAME0 and p.NAME1respectively. Also if you want to lower the complexity of your parser, I would recommend adding an interpreting stage and having the parser return an AST1 year ago
VulcanWM
VulcanWM
Maybe it is because t*t is an integer and you can only print strings? Try converting t*t into a string1 year ago
JacobMcPherson1
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It's just giving me a 404 (not found error) in the console, Is there a way I can fix this?
DefinitiveTrustingOpengl
Node.js
OldWizard209
OldWizard209
You have to put the path of only src="images/gopher.svg", because your index.html is on the same hierarchical level as the images folder so you don't need to add the path of public.1 year ago
JacobMcPherson1
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it was working completely fine yesterday night and I haven't changed anything, so why won't it work
DefinitiveTrustingOpengl
Node.js
JacobMcPherson1
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why the heck wont puppeteer work plz help me
RipeMurkyForce
Node.js
Coder100
Coder100
https://replit.com/talk/share/This-time-we-are-getting-puppeteer/28380 if you are inclined.1 year ago
Coder100
Coder100
it cannot be used on the node language as the language sucks. Use the bash language instead.1 year ago
JacobMcPherson1
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How do I change the size of the image using css?
Gopher Clicker
go http template
Bookie0
Bookie0
Check this out which answers your and more. But basically, you can change it with the width and height: img { width: 150px; height: 150px; } Good luck! :D1 year ago
lsikora
lsikora
max-width: 100% You can change the percentage from 100 to whatever you would like.1 year ago
JacobMcPherson1
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The error says that the element couldnt be scrolled into view even though I scrolled down
selenium
Python
InvisibleOne
InvisibleOne
Screen Shot 2021-05-05 at 4.23.36 PM This is the error I'm getting1 year ago
JacobMcPherson1
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Is it possible to make the console less flickery when you move?
GrowingImpishCpu
C#
TheBest156
TheBest156
Here, try this. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5435460/console-application-how-to-update-the-display-without-flicker1 year ago
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
Yes, but you'll have to do some cursor operations. Instead of clearing, the idea is to place the cursor where the player was before pressing a key and print a space, hence making it disappear. Then, relocate the cursor to the new position and print the player character.1 year ago
JacobMcPherson1
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Why the heck wont this work EEE
JubilantFloralwhiteApplications
Rust
MocaCDeveloper
MocaCDeveloper
There is a trailing new line. So, on line 13, I figured this would be a easier way to convert from the string to an int, and remove the new line: let new_num = number.trim().parse::().unwrap(); Now you can remove use std::str::FromStr and use the .parse method to parse the string into the type of i64. The .trim() method just removes the trailing whitespace/newline. Your code should now look like: use std::io; fn main() { fn fib(num: i64) -> i64 { if num ().unwrap(); let mut i = 1; 1 year ago
JacobMcPherson1
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Happy Coder100 noises FizzBuzz in CookeyLang lol
FizzBuzz in CookeyLang
Bash
LukeWright
LukeWright
idk seems kinda low effort1 year ago
JacobMcPherson1
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It's just FizzBuzz in Rust
FizzBuzz with Rust
Rust
JacobMcPherson1
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Fibonacci sequence up to 11 in Rust
Fib in Rust
Rust
JacobMcPherson1
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It's just a little thing that asks your name, enjoy!
GrownHeartyProprietarysoftware
Rust