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Phase 10 PyGame MobilePhase 10, but coded with python! Phase 10 is a trademark of Mattel.inc This item is not to be sold or distributed. (CC)
LoganPrattCoding This took like 3 months and was around 10,000 lines - that's why I haven't updated Uno PyGame Mobile. Thanks for playing my game!2 months ago
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Uno PyGame MobileUNO, but in Python 3. This will get updates, and will eventually (hopefully) be better than the physical game.* It will have new cards, and is set to be fully released in a few years*. *Uno is a trademark of Mattel Inc. This item is not made to be sold or merchandised.* This game is unofficially under the Creative Commons licence. I hopefully will be able to fully finish the game around late 2023 or early 2024.
There is a major bug in my code that i can not fix. does anyone else know how to fix this?Thanks, Logan This is a project of mine to make the biggest card game made in python. There have been a lot off problems, but all of you have helped me so much! Thank you! (BTW. the bug is in the PHASE10.py)
Card games!This is a fun card game that I've been playing recently. It is not finished, and maybe some of you guys might want to help. If so, Thank You!
Could someone help me fix my code?i am trying to get it to take the first "card" from the "deck" but it always gets an error... I am using the... *python3 hand1 = deck.popitem() ...method. please, someone help.
I cannot get "simple variables" to work. when i select it, the repl closes. please help!
Spacecraft This should be an easy fix. Inputs are always strings. Your IF statement shows an integer: if les == 2: Change it to look like this: if les == '2': `1 year ago
D3coded you need an input system and then a system that checks the input... for example: w = input('what you want them to input') and then like an "if" statement like: if w == 2: print('whatever you want to print') or you could do something numerical or mathematical like: if w == 2: print(w * 3^4) or make it print whatever you want it to.1 year ago
please help me... when i do insta 4 to save something to save 1, it saves to SAVED but never to SAVE1. please help me, as i am new to python 3, i have
Kirit0 also instead of doing the entire \n thing in the beginning, you can do something like a console.clear command with the os module1 year ago
KeaganLandfried Since you are receiving a raw input from the console, it is being read as a string. When checking for the input, make sure to put the numbers in quotes to ensure it checks for the string number and not the int number. ex.) if spec == "1": global save1 save1 = saved elif spec == "2": Please mark this as answered if it answered your question :)1 year ago
Spacecraft I think your input line is recorded as a string, but your IF statements are looking for integers, so they never match up. Try updating line 30 to this: spec = int(input('\nWhat save would you like to save it on?\n\n'))1 year ago
I am new to python 3 so could someone help me fix this? I have been working on python 2.7 for a year now, and i dont know what's wrong with my code. p
Spacecraft In your function insta, you are trying to use the variable task ahead of your global definition of task. If you add one line at the beginning of the function that says global task instead of in the middle of the function, it should work.1 year ago
it says "unindent does not match any outer indent level". please help me...
KeaganLandfried Copy all of your code and paste it in the link below to fix your indentation. https://www.tutorialspoint.com/onlinepythonformatter.htm1 year ago
emilyDoesPascal Your indentation is inconsistent. Change all indents so that they are all spaces or all tabs1 year ago
MrVoo The indentation doesn't match, move line 72 back.1 year ago
TheBest156 From a site to help you2 years ago
TheBest156 Introduction Before we dive into our discussion about lists and dictionaries in Python, we’ll define both data structures. While we're at it, it may be helpful to think of them as daily to-do lists and ordinary school dictionaries, respectively. A list is a mutable, ordered sequence of items. As such, it can be indexed, sliced, and changed. Each element can be accessed using its position in the list. The same applies to your agenda, where you can modify the order in which you do things and even2 years ago
Hey Guys! This will be a python 2.7 maker jam! You will only be able to use custom functions in print. The winner gets 5 cycles! Submissions can be su
LoganPrattCoding correction make that 50 cycles2 years ago
LoganPrattCoding to submit a response, put it in templates and reply to this post. At the begenning of the title put "#codejampython" so I can find them. Have fun!2 years ago