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JosiahKnisely
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2 years ago
My first REPL! It's a quick Guessing Game.
This is the first time I've ever tried coding, and it was actually pretty fun. I spent about an hour getting it just right, but here's the final proje
Guessing Game
Python
JosiahKnisely
JosiahKnisely
Who can get the answer correct in the least amount of guesses?2 years ago
JosiahKnisely
JosiahKnisely
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3 years ago
I just lost a project with over 500 lines of code to accidentally pressing CTRL + V. Any ways to fix that???
JosiahKnisely
JosiahKnisely
THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR HELP! The answer has been found!3 years ago
TristanMisja
TristanMisja
Go to the empty repl and click on "saved" at the top. Then you can see the entire history of your repl.3 years ago
DynamicSquid
DynamicSquid
Use VS to do all your main coding. It's like the best compiler out there, by far. I only use repl.it for testing projects and small examples3 years ago
JosiahKnisely
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3 years ago
Hey guys, the command time.sleep(whatever number you want) doesn't work in Python with Turtle. Any ideas???
Other Python For kids #1 (With Turtle)
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LaneMartin
LaneMartin
Nice repl you've got here..2 years ago
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
You forgot to import time3 years ago
JosiahKnisely
JosiahKnisely
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3 years ago
Hey, Repl.it community! Do any of you know how to make the whole thing smaller so I can see the whole fan? All comments appreciated.
Fan Art!
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Anthony_Tonev
Anthony_Tonev
define scale scale =0.1 then multiply only forward and backwards values to it t.forward(95xscale) t.right(1280) t.forward(459.5xscale) t.left(9.5) t.forward(106.5xscale) t.left(22.5) t.forward(.5xscale) t.left(365) t.forward(2250.5xscale) t.right(.5) t.backward(8.5xscale)3 years ago
DynamicSquid
DynamicSquid
Just curious: why do you have a massive array?3 years ago
JosiahKnisely
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3 years ago
I made this guessing game in about 20 minutes. It was my first ever Python project and I think it went pretty well! Upvote if you like it, so other pe
Guessing Game
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R1DF
R1DF
I like it, nicely done!3 years ago
CodeLongAndPros
CodeLongAndPros
Great first project! One comment though. You use a lot of It just makes your code a bit more readable. Again, great first project!3 years ago
Ramil2007
Ramil2007
super3 years ago
JosiahKnisely
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3 years ago
Hey guys, I can't seem to get my program to say 'You won' at the end. Please help me. Any comments appreciated.
Guessing Game
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UniqueOstrich18
UniqueOstrich18
So, you have to put break in the else: section, and you have to move the print statement to the end of the program. Also, the if statement at the beginning can be removed, as it is not necessary. Modified Code: import random goal = random.randint(0, 100) g = int(input('Try and guess what I\'m thinking of: ')) while goal != g: print if int(g) goal: print(int(g), ('is too big.')) g = int(input('Try and guess what I\'m thinking of: ')) else: break #this breaks out of the loop3 years ago