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  • MegaDuperSuperCoolProject

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  • Prime numbers

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  • Harry Potter House Quizz!

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OlauPla
OlauPla
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1 year ago
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Repl.it please fix this problem
I have been testing my discord bot on repl.it since a few days I have never had any big problems. Bur recently my ip is getting banned from discord be
ch1ck3n
ch1ck3n
it's just because a load of people are making bots on replit and most of them are being requested from the same IP so it's either you get lucky and get a different server or get hacker and boost or smth1 year ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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1 year ago
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Object-oriented programming Today I am going to talk about Object-oriented programming I will use OOP to reference it through out the tutorial. This
Human class
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InvisibleOne
InvisibleOne
Cool, very interesting1 year ago
OldWizard209
OldWizard209
Hey. Great tutorial but a few notes about a couple of things you wrote. > Then we define a special method for the class. The init method, this method will run when an instance of the "Human" class is created. The init method is called a dunder method, recognized by the pair of two underscores around the name. > The init method takes 3 parameters self, name, and age. This sentence makes it seem like the init method takes three parameters by default. But that's not true. The first parameter ha1 year ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
Please go easy on me first tutorial1 year ago
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
.env2 years ago
icodeletion
icodeletion
Use .env files. To learn more go here.2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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Idk if it's brute force but it cracks your password, any questions I will be happy to answer
string guesser
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vys
vys
how does this even work? i feel like it's just a scheme to grab peoples passwords. nice try tho lmao2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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This is a quiz that sorts you into your 'Hogwarts' house credits: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=saLPZXZa4GY
Harry Potter House Quizz!
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firedragondnd
firedragondnd
@taxfraud let's work on Annoying Little Bro. Sim at 11:05 ok?2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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Hope you like this quiz at the end it will tell you to what house you belong!! DISCLAIMER!!: THIS IS NOT MY TEST IT IS BASED ON THIS VIDEO I JUST COD
Harry Potter House Quizz!
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LuckyOreos
LuckyOreos
I love Harry Potter and I know this is like so late to comment!!! But nice job2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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Ok, thhis is not finished just want some feedback of what I already got
MegaDuperSuperCoolProject
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OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
This is a copy of the repl.it among us made by @Smart0ne https://repl.it/talk/share/Among-Us-ALPHA-by-Smart0ne/80462 Is that ok?
Bookie0
Bookie0
no. that would be plagiarism and copying if that's the exact same code. unless you heavily change many things, credit the original author, and make it clear it's different, than you shouldn't do it! ;)2 years ago
Smart0ne
Smart0ne
I think it's okay, but you SHAN'T make no/little changes and publish it.2 years ago
k9chelsea2
k9chelsea2
It is ok to fork a repl, if your gonna post it you need to have changed a significant amount and give proper credit. If it is an exact copy that is plagiarism and should be reported, that is not ok.2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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Hi this is re-uplode of my 'chat bot or console' I fixed stuff! Hope you like itttttt! Also this is not final version this is only to get feedback o
MegaDuperSuperCoolProject
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k9chelsea2
k9chelsea2
noice2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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Hi, I ame making this like console. I need people to tell me how it looks so far. If you see any error plzz tell me(I even mean grammar) So I hope yo
MegaDuperSuperCoolProject
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JaydenLiu1
JaydenLiu1
I typed "print ('Hello World!')" and it gave me an error!2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
There where errors becose I was adding things now it works!2 years ago
angrydoge
angrydoge
File "main.py", line 65 tries = 10 ^ IndentationError: unindent does not match any outer indentation level  `2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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I need beta testers for my project (1 or 2 persons)
Coder100
Coder100
ok sure2 years ago
MicroSoftHelp
MicroSoftHelp
Me2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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So I want that in python when they run the code it will print the username
EpicJohn127
EpicJohn127
use this: from os import environ username = os.environ['REPL_OWNER'] print("Hello, " + username) That should show it5 months ago
Coder100
Coder100
Well you can, only if you like add repl auth read this2 years ago
Cooolcoder
Cooolcoder
maybe repl has an api so you can get data from there? there may be a function where: print("*the username they want to print") or maybe you can ask users for their username like this: username = input("What is your username?") print (username) return 02 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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Does anyone know a little bit so she or he can explain?
Baconman321
Baconman321
@SixBeeps Yes, but no. However, it is closely related (since you use a programming language for the algorithm). I think repl should also include cryptography. Since computer science is a valid subject here, cryptography should be too. (I wanted to reply to ur post but it said "can't read comment_id of null").2 years ago
OneNose
OneNose
It's not coding related, but here's the explanation. In regular crypts there is a key and if you know it then you can encode and decode anything using the crypt. In an asymmetric crypt there is one key for encoding and one key for decoding.2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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So I'm getting my answer marked as a correct one and giving me the 5 cycles but it doesn't count them until a while.
Coder100
Coder100
oh that, it's not a big deal, because of the large amount of users (i think) they buffer the cycle rewarding until after a while.2 years ago
DynamicSquid
DynamicSquid
That's just some network lag. Nothing out of the ordinary2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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Why PyAutoGUI is not available on repl.it I just posted a tutorial on a spam bot and i couldn't do the code on repl.it because no PyAutoGUI, does an
Coder100
Coder100
pyautogui isn't available for a number of reasons: hard to implement: most repls are terminal-based anyways. has few legitimate purposes: if you really need to use a spambot, you should use probably use webbot (just saying) Easy to take advantage of (is it not?) Conclusion Just use webbot: import webbot web = webbot.Browser() web.go_to('https://repl.it/') Docs2 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
I had experience with that too. Pyautogui is not available on repl.it. On other editors yes. But repl.it is only limited to how many modules you use. I don't know why, but like i said - limited.2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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Introduce 2 number and you will get all the prime numbers between them! UPVOTE if you like!
Prime numbers
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Renise
Renise
It didn't do anything for me :/2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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I want to know how to have big letters in repl.it comments. Also I would like to know other stuff that you can do
OlauPla
OlauPla
redirect2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
And how do you do: check out this and it redirects you to de link?2 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
Put a # in front of your words to make the headers Click here for more info 2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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Ok this project gets all the prime numbers between two numbers!! Ok, this is super fast, try entering 100000 numbers! it wont be long... Give me som
Prime numbers
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TsunamiOrSumth
TsunamiOrSumth
why are you sharing your political views on a coding website smh 2 years ago
LeoSekour
LeoSekour
Heres a more efficient way to do it: nums = range(1,10) #range(num1, num2) print([x for x in nums if len([i for i in range(1,x+1) if x%i==0]) <= 2 and x not in [0,1]]) note that 1 is not a prime number, so you have to account for that. In the meantime vote for trump2 years ago
OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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Ok, so I did this. You enter two numbers in the code and the computer tells you all THE PRIME NUMBERS between them. I would like some feedback, if yo
Prime numbers
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OlauPla
OlauPla
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2 years ago
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I need some links to learn c++, i need anything you can get, websites, youtube videos...
TsunamiOrSumth
TsunamiOrSumth
https://www.w3schools.com/cpp/default.asp https://www.codecademy.com/learn/learn-c-plus-plus http://www.cplusplus.com/2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
10 hours and you will be awesome at C++! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bYFu9mBnr4 http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/ 2 years ago