I love editing
TurtleMade with PythonRecent comments (22)MrLoulouLS2 years ago
Its a-ma-zingparkscribe2 years ago
plus i know turtle and even i think this is coolparkscribe2 years ago
repl logohijade7752 years ago
It's cool !lolukak2282 years ago
niceWhatisme2 years ago
cool.Mooping2 years ago
Well fork guy is fork your project pogMooping2 years ago
pogRebekahChastain2 years ago
Awesomeneonnatta2 years ago
Updates ATTEMPTED TO MAKE IT FASTER Please let me know what you think of it in the comments!!
My post for this was taken down but here we are! Updates: Turtle speed is faster "Replit" word at the end was changed to "boo." if you have any sugge
You are a detective hired for an important case... Work with the clues and explanations of suspects to solve the case. When you state your answer, m
Can someone give me a template for the "If=" Command please?
Coder100 try: a = input("say hello: ") if a == "hello": print("gj") else: print("try again with a brain") `2 years ago
AloeBest Here's awesome things you can compare using if statements! If you're comparing a STRING (something surronded in ' ') This will help: if 'whateverstringhere' == 'whateverstringhere': print('Verified!') For numbers you can do something like this: if NUMBERVALUE > NUMBERVALUE: Code Here `2 years ago
JacobMcPherson1 example if 1 == 1: print("1 is equal to 1") `2 years ago
My repl got taken down. Why?
is it possible to disable forking???
alialiwa2005 I support this. Sometimes, you've got to be private, but not always completely private (like a Hacker Plan private repository). What I mean is, sometimes you want others to use your program, so you want your product to be accessible by the public, but in a closed-source way (so the actual code behind it is hidden and un-fork-able). Please add an option, preferably one available for standard and Hacker plan users alike, to at least disable forking, and more ideally, hide the code behind the Re2 years ago
qaiik Yes, please use the pypi package (that I made): replforks. After installing it, make an environment variable in your project through the side-menu, called "fork tracking" without quotes (yes, keep the spaces). Give it the value "true" without quotes. Now in your program: import replforks print(replforks.is_forked()) 2 years ago
ikpar3 I did it, on my repl hackorize. It is both password, and fork protected. It works by detecting if an environment variable has been erased.2 years ago
I made this because I was bored hehe- Happy Pi Day!
Choose the way YOU rule your kingdom! https://repl.it/@KierstenKuk/Kingdom-Control?v=1 If you have any feedback, please tell me! :3
Hello! My classmate and I made a game called Kingdom Control. Please check it out! He created, I edited with forking. Have fun!