Obi The Epic!

@ObiVibKenobi (169)
Just another coder.
Gepl Chat | Biggest Update Ever
posted to Share by Crosis

Very cool updates! This is really cool! Keep up the great work!

Ask Me Anything
posted to Ask by amasad

Uhh..... I just don’t use a Mac because my parents think its a waste of money to get me a device. However, my sister has a Mac and its super high-speed, and also i think the top keys thing is really cool. It’s pretty cool....

But uh I think you should calm down a little bit

Windows isn’t bad. I had some trash installed on my device and I just got IObit uninstaller And deleted them. Easy-peasy. I only have what I want, plus some windows audio, windows system in, and Windows C++ stuff which I am assuming is important @BhuCoder

Gepl Chat | Biggest Update Ever
posted to Share by Crosis

Helllo sir can I just ask what you mean? Lol I don’t [email protected]

Share your loopback!
posted to Announcements by amasad

Sure thing, but time travel’s still really experimental. Last time someone tried to warn you about COVID, they accidentally went back to the bubonic plague. No idea what happened to them. @firefish

Snake Game
posted to Share by headiscoding

@headiscoding Sorry if this sounds rude but do you have an idea why there are so many people who have 0 cycles, 0 repls, and upvoted this? Are they alts 0_0
If not sry :c

Snake Game
posted to Share by headiscoding

Please don’t beg for upvotes ._.

Google from 1998
posted to Share by ThePlatformer98

LOL this is better than the one someone else made I think cyan coding don't remember though)

Cool Nickname Generator 3.0
posted to Share by FloCal35

Wow! I never thought anyone would actually use my language, lol.

Thanks!

Anyway, well would you look at this:

What are the first three letters of your first name? Obi
What are the first three letters of your last name? Ken
What is your favorite number? 1
Your nickname is... KenObi1 

My name is epic :D

Get out of Class with this Pass! xd
posted to Share by JBloves27

CEPTA
Class exit pass terminal app

First Repl
posted to Share by KaylanDeBruyn

It’s pretty good. I would advise using some css to make it look more colorful, getting rid of the personal info all together, and filling the map if you want to have that part. Also, i would make the ul-li links into buttons with arrow text symbols, and have them be display:flex

help the eli - part 9
posted to Ask by ElijahNarvaez

Ok. Slime is a tuple that you are printing. Do

ehealth = random.randint(max, min)
edamage = random.randint(max, min)
print(f’Name: {slime[0]\nHealth: {slime[1]}\nDamage: {slime[2]}’)

The f-string will print each of those variables from the tuple. Or, you could have the f-string print each of the individual variables, like {ename}\n{ehealth}\n{edamage}
@ElijahNarvaez

Get out of Class with this Pass! xd
posted to Share by JBloves27

@JBYT27 I’ve seen worse... Empire State Building told me? Wao. Donald trump? Wao again. Because the ESB can speak and Donald trump would bother talking to me...

help the eli - part 9
posted to Ask by ElijahNarvaez
ehealth = random.randint(min, max)

Use this to generate random health, put nums where min and max are

Wanna help spam some scammers?
posted to Share by rafrafraf

What if it generates a real IP though? That’s not tooo unlikely @rafrafraf

Wanna help spam some scammers?
posted to Share by rafrafraf

I saw KatelinWest and I thought it was KanyeWest [Auto generated], and also DJTrump @AJDevelopment

Python Basics
posted to Share by BruceDavila

Hope you enjoy learning python! It’s a really fun language :)

Movie Stars i Admire
posted to Share by Asamzy

@Asamzy This is pretty nice! One thing I would do is put it each mini-bio(including its image) into it’s own div, with css display:flex
This will put the image and text on teh same line.
For example:

<div>
   <div style=“display:flex”>
        <img src=‘something’/>
        <p>Bio here</p>
     </div>
   <div style=“display:flex”>
        <img src=‘something’/>
        <p>Second Bio here</p>
     </div>
Wanna help spam some scammers?
posted to Share by rafrafraf

:D >:) I will set it to 1... 1000 per second :o @BobTheTomatoPie

hello world
posted to Share by Asamzy

Cool, good luck with C

Gram | The Grammatical Programming Language
posted to Share by ObiVibKenobi

:c feelsbadman I know that feeling when you spend a while on making something then it gets very little upvotes, except i have never made anything as advanced as a lua interpreter. @programmeruser

how to let computer make a random variable
posted to Share by CookieSnowOwl

cool, happy new year!

2020 - Reflection | Reflect, Remember, and Share | Built-in SocialMedia-like feature
posted to Share by ObiVibKenobi

Yeah I know :D @FloCal35

I am wasting most of my days lol

Amazon coding interview question - challenge for everyone
posted to Share by rafrafraf

Ok! It may take me more than a day, if that’s fine. @rafrafraf

Amazon coding interview question - challenge for everyone
posted to Share by rafrafraf

Second challenge? Cool! I'll do this one too!

How to fix player1 and player 2 function
posted to Ask by TejasvMaheshwar

I haven’t used py socket Io before, but here’s how to set up the basics:

import socketio
socket = socketio.Client()

To do the rest, use the intro or the documentation

Sorry I couldn’t be much more help, I don’t know how to use socket.Io well. If you need to, you could post again in ask about pysocket.io

@TejasvMaheshwar

JavaScript: How to pass the parameters from function x to function y ?
posted to Ask by Aex090

@Aex090 Two ways:

class myFunctions {
    constructor(parameter1, parameter2, parameter3) {
         this.parameter1 = parameter1
         this.parameter2 = parameter2
         this.parameter3 = parameter3
    }
    y() {
        The parameters are callable by putting in this.[whichever one you want], code goes here.
   }
}

OR, you could define them as global variables.

function x(p1, p2, p3) {
   var p1 = p1
   var p2 = p2
   var p3 = p3
}

function y() {
    You can call the parameters as p1, p2, and p3.
}

Now that I think of it, there’s one more way.

map = {}
function x(p1, p2, p3) {
   map[‘p1’] = p1
   map[‘p2’] = p2
   map[‘p3’] = p3
}

function y() {
   You can call any of those parameters by doing map[‘p1/p2/p3’]
}
Fifa Career Mode Match Simulator
posted to Share by kmurp62rulz

Pretty cool!!

Python challenge - anyone welcome to try it
posted to Share by rafrafraf

Challenge acccepted!

ANTISCAM
posted to Share by robowolf

It works yay