I teach AP Computer Science A, AP Computer Science Principles, Honors Computer Science 1, and Honors Data Structures & Algorithms.
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I didn't think this was possible until a week ago, and now here I am showing off a game that is really a way to demonstrate more interesting ANSI cons
SatokoMuramatsu Thanks for sharing that code with us. I am really like it. I am a college student and I am searching for it online and I am glad I have found it in your post. I am also searching for casino game developers online and if you know any, please let me know or share their contact details with us.1 year ago
MrLane Hello @OrionSmith I am a CS teacher in Ontario Canada and due to the pandemic had to switch to cloud based programming so all of my students could work on whatever device they had available. In the past we used eclipse and I created a game engine for them to work in there. Sadly, repl doesn't allow for such things. I was trying to find some middle ground but could not get around the wait on key input issue. Then I came across this program you built and in particular the two input commands th2 years ago
AllAwesome497 You can always extract jars to get their source code. Just unzip then w/ a tool like 7zip (which I have found to be the best archive manager tool despite the gui). Other than that, I've used repl on school chromebooks many times and it works just fine. All u have to do is make sure it's not blocked by the school firewall (although most don't block it) Might want to look into the Github for education also, many great opportunities w/ that. https://education.github.com/3 years ago