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Issue #1: I can't see a link to the feedback forum in any obvious place, so I'm posting here. Issue #2: Any idea why this is happening? image
ash15khng
ash15khng
Issue #2 is just because the programme stopped for some reason but you still continued typing. After the programme stops you can type in variable names to check their value.4 years ago
Mosrod
Mosrod
image Can you send a link to the repl?4 years ago
JonathanBaker
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4 years ago
Hey developers: Just a quick question. I'm testing out your service as a learning tool for my class starting February. Would it be possible at some po
StudentISKRayaa
StudentISKRayaa
Write a python program to print numbers as 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30 using FOR loop. 2 years ago
HappyFakeboulde
HappyFakeboulde
Assuming you're having students turn in text-based files to a folder, I could probably write some script (in python3) you could run on the folder to check if there are any pairs of files that are the same or very similar.4 years ago
JonathanBaker
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4 years ago
Is repl.it configured to automatically add a space after the prompt of an input function, such as input('Enter your name:'), which appears with a trai
JonathanBaker
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image Something seemed to go wrong when I was adding test cases. I edited one and it came up with a blank name, then said "couldn't add test case" aft
JonathanBaker
JonathanBaker
Problem went away after closing the tab and reloading things!4 years ago
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If you have a moment and could point me in the right direction. Thanks! image
REALTheo_tcd
REALTheo_tcd
import replit replit.clear()4 years ago
amasad
amasad
FYI: we're fixing this so you don't have to use replit.clear(). Coming very soon.4 years ago
21natzil
21natzil
On replit, you can import the replit module and use it's clear command. import replit replit.clear() 4 years ago