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  • Word art with python

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    Hit enter to see some cool word art! Add your word art in the comments if you want me to add it to this REPL

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  • Make your own word art!

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    The user gets to create their own word art!

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  • Fun Game

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  • the WORK OUT CUBE

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    Working out is a healthy life style. Sometimes, though, its hard to come up with a workout set. This code is for anyone who wants to workout

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Mendelevium
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the WORK out cube
This program creates a workout for you. You type in the attributes and it gives you a work out based on the attributes. If you don’t know what to do i
the WORK OUT CUBE
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JamesGregory2
JamesGregory2
I didnt get a sixpack from this 3 years ago
Kai_Justice
Kai_Justice
If you want the workouts to be fully random something like this would work : import random print(str(random.randint(1,3)) + " laps") or if you want to keep the presets you could change line 104, 111, 118, 125, 132, 140 to an elif statement.3 years ago
Mendelevium
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3 years ago
Maybe I am crazy, but I can’t figure out a way to make the code repeat. I’ve tried everything! Does anyone know how to do this?
Fun Game
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iPenguin
iPenguin
https://repl.it/@iPenguin/rock-paper-scissors All you need is a while true loop. This makes it so that it will repeat the code if [yes]. Other examples of the while loop are (repeat if [variable is greater than 12]). The link above is a fork I made with the loop. Nothing else is changed except for typos ("ebter," etc.)3 years ago
Mendelevium
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Hello, I’ve been working on a simple game, when it occurred to me: I don’t know how to make a random number generator in python! I’ve looked it up, bu
Pepper100
Pepper100
try this import random number = random.ranint(5, 15) This code will generate a random number between 5 and 15. you can change these two numbers to suit you. It will also save the selected number under the variable,"number". you can change this by changing wheere it says number at the start of the code. you can chek the number saved by using this line of code. print(number) again, if instead of using number as your variable, you can change it whenever you like, and put that in the brackets o3 years ago
slip1244
slip1244
use the random library https://www.w3schools.com/python/refrandomrandint.asp3 years ago
Mendelevium
Mendelevium
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3 years ago
Check out this repl to see some neat word art! If you have word art of your own, please put it in the comments and I will add it to this program!
Word art with python
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Mendelevium
Mendelevium
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3 years ago
Are you an artist? Do you like word art? Well, search no more, for this repl is just for you! Create your word art and screenshot it and put in the co
Make your own word art!
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Mendelevium
Mendelevium
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3 years ago
Click enter to see some cool word art! Add your word art to the comments if you want me to add it to the REPL. If you have any suggestions please tell
Word art with python
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Mendelevium
Mendelevium
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3 years ago
Guess what? Artificial intelligence is starting to make its own art. I don’t know why I think this is so cool, but here are a few pictures and a link
Zavexeon
Zavexeon
Hey there, please don't post in Announcements. If you'd like to share something, it's only natural you put it in the Share board. Thanks. ^w^ (I moved this to share for you)3 years ago
Foster_Bryant
Foster_Bryant
lol the last one pogchamp3 years ago
Mendelevium
Mendelevium
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3 years ago
Hi, I've looked up different ways to add python to HTML, but none seem to work. Does anyone know how to add python into an HTML page?
Ruchikasliwal
Ruchikasliwal
no, even i wanna know. forget grammar2 years ago
AustinBPark
AustinBPark
what I would do is embed a repl.it output or use an iframe. But i dont think that works with graphics libs.3 years ago