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Keenan Busch

@PizzaMan21
A so-so coder, gamer, and lover of books! I would like to get more into coding. Share projects with me so I can learn!
  • The Pitlife

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    Made with HTML, CSS, JSThis is my version of Pitlife 5.
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  • MineKhan

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    Made with HTML, CSS, JSA copy of my Minecraft project from Khan Academy.
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  • Pokemon Battle

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    Made with PythonFight your opponents Pokemon and win! Not originally mine.
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PizzaMan21
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Google Homepage Recreation
Google Homepage RecreationThis is an attempt at a recreation of the classic Google search page.
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PizzaMan21
PizzaMan21
This was a very old project that I stumbled upon while scrolling through. I though I would share with you all! I hope you like it!5 months ago
PizzaMan21
PizzaMan21
I hope you all like it. The links at the top and bottom actually work. They go to the real pages that you would see. Along with the top links.5 months ago
PizzaMan21
PizzaMan21
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Google Homepage Recreation
Google Homepage RecreationThis is an attempt at a recreation of the classic Google search page.
Google Homepage Recreation
This was a very old project that I stumbled upon while scrolling through. I though I would share with you all! I hope you like it!
PizzaMan21
PizzaMan21
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MyGuessing Game
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Hello! I'm currently working on a project. This is what the program should do: greet the player and ask him or her to play the game declare and initialize variables for the loop counter and the player's choice use System.read.in() to accept the player's guess create and output messages if the player's guess is wrong, and when the guess is correct The program should continue untill the player guesses the answer correctly. It doesn't matter which loop it is, but it has to be either a for loop, do-while loop, or the while loop. Please help me! Thank you! I can send you an invite so you can edit the program.
eliasciur
eliasciur
@PizzaMan21 Hey, can you send me the invite so I can check the code out?5 months ago
PizzaMan21
PizzaMan21
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1 year ago
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The Pitlife
The PitlifeThis is my version of Pitlife 5.
PizzaMan21
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How would I add a function with a “return” value in it? Where would I put it if there was? For example: def reprompt(): answer = float(input("Nu
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Muffinlavania
Muffinlavania
Your code seems to work, high() and low() will both return your input answer. That should just work lol2 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
Solution functions actually do use return statements. Try this. def sayhello(): return "Hello" print(sayhello()) with parameters def withpars(a, b): return a + b print(withpars(2, 2)) like that. That should work2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
The return value is the output you can utilize for later use. For example, the input() function returns what the user typed in. Here is an example def add(a, b): return a + b print(add(1, 3)) `2 years ago
PizzaMan21
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2 years ago
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Hope you enjoy! Things to note: If you don’t want a burger, say no. If you don’t want a beverage or fries, input yes then no. Other people who helpe
The Burger Restaurant
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PizzaMan21
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2 years ago
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I trying to make it to where it asks you if the sky is is blue and if you input “True” or “true” or “T” or “t”, than it says your correct or if you in
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Dunce
Dunce
if you don't want to input the different capitalizations into your if statements you can also put .lower() at the end of your input command2 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
Solution try this code. Use input() for it. sky = input('is the sky blue ? ') if 'T' in sky or 't' in sky: print('correct!') elif 'f' in sky or 'F' in sky: print('incorrect') else: print('invalid') like that. That should work2 years ago
19wintersp
19wintersp
You can check if it is in a list of options: if response in ["true", "True", "T", "t"]: print("That is correct!") elif response in ["false", "False", "F", "f"]: print("That is incorrect!") else: print("You entered an invalid answer.") That code uses the in keyword to check if the response is in the list.2 years ago
PizzaMan21
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Can some please help assist me in replicating this? 13E1A7E3-94C1-4276-AD09-C57122EF2D86 The styling is in the tag for a reason. Join this team if
Practice1
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Coder100
Coder100
why are you doing position absolute2 years ago
PizzaMan21
PizzaMan21
Please?2 years ago
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This is not mine entirely, but I made a few edits.