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Timothy Anderson

@TimothyAnderso1
17 Year old that likes to code, I can write with python, javascript, Lua, java, C# and rust gettin good with C#, new to rust
  • Turtle to its limit DEV BUILD

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    Made with Python (with Turtle)
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    A number based programming language using python as a compiler

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TimothyAnderso1
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3D Turtle, Part 2
Since you guys seemed to like my last post, here is the same engine, with a low poly Utah teapot loaded in, For More Details, please Visit the origin
Turtle to its limit DEV BUILD
Python (with Turtle)
GLXY-LGNDS-4
GLXY-LGNDS-4
crazy how you made this with turtle1 year ago
xxpertHacker
xxpertHacker
It's a bit buggyat certain points as it spins, but still, nice work.2 years ago
TimothyAnderso1
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Aight so, I dont really know why, but I love making overly complex things in limited coding languages, like scratch and python. Not because its anywh
Turtle to its limit-1-1
Python (with Turtle)
WyattCodes
WyattCodes
Super cool! "I forgot how to use it" XD2 years ago
math_genius
math_genius
I thought the '3D' part was clickbait. Nope, it's an actual 3D model. Good Job!2 years ago
tsana
tsana
NICE2 years ago
TimothyAnderso1
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I am back, and god dammit do i wish i wasnt This was only possible thanks to this article: https://www.khanacademy.org/computing/computer-programming
Turtle to its limit
Python (with Turtle)
TimothyAnderso1
TimothyAnderso1
Fun fact, i broke it a bit messing around, realised i wasnt using the fork3 years ago
TristanMisja
TristanMisja
GOD THIS MUST'VE TAKEN AGES!3 years ago
AlphaWarhead
AlphaWarhead
I've acended3 years ago
TimothyAnderso1
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3 years ago
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so, was running one of my python scripts when it said updating python and then these appeared: Screenshot 2019-10-22 at 2.18.03 PM I have no idea wh
Geocube101
Geocube101
I believe they are files required by the repl for package installation and certain package data3 years ago
TimothyAnderso1
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3 years ago
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OPEN IN FULLSCREEN MODE!!!!!! it takes a bit to render so be patient this is a thing i did in scratch like forever ago so i dont really know if thi
"Dot type" lighting
Python (with Turtle)
TimothyAnderso1
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3 years ago
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Info Desk Aight So basically like 3 months ago I made PyNet 2.0, it was held together by stack overflow answers and a dream, who would have guessed th
PyNet 2.5
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ebest
ebest
WOW A few random suggestions, based on my experience with Pychat (I had high security standards, I almost was going to encrypt EVERY SINGLE MESSAGE): Try using getpass.getpass("Password? ") as the password input. Try out encrypting messages with AES from pycrypto Try out hashing passwords, use sha512 from hashlib Anyways, looks pretty secure. Don't take my advice though. ONE MORE THING: A message storage system. It uses the same encryption standards as the one I'm telling you about. Best wishes3 years ago
pyelias
pyelias
A few bugs: there can only be one net app at a time encryption needs more spaghet (or actual cryptography probably) the nn key is never used3 years ago
TimothyAnderso1
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PyNet 2.0 is my official release of my Python Network!, You can send messages and make apps for others to use! Welp this was destroyed quickly, sorry
PyNet 2.0!
Python
ash15khng
ash15khng
but can you access our passwords....3 years ago
techpixel
techpixel
May I make a version with a better UI?3 years ago
pyelias
pyelias
I just put a full set of commands in the "hax" app and under the username "haxacc" that let you read or modify passwords, mail, and apps. You might want to look into securing that a bit more.3 years ago
TimothyAnderso1
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3 years ago
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Recently I earned 5 of them, but don't know what they are any idea?
AnonymousHack32
AnonymousHack32
They are pretty cheap too. As low as 1.5 Dollars for 150 of them26 days ago
PatiwatNumbut
PatiwatNumbut
Hi2 months ago
Nils6734
Nils6734
Thanks for this Info 2 months ago
TimothyAnderso1
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3 years ago
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My dumb ass made about 7 diffrent projects for this jam and yet i made an 8th and thats what this is, a game thrown together in about 7 hours ¯\(ツ)/¯
PyOs A Crypto Game
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TimothyAnderso1
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3 years ago
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uh... made this to see if i could actually do it i did learn a bit from this and it was losts of fun to make to use it enter C if you want to cipher
Cipher & decoder
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TimothyAnderso1
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3 years ago
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This is a thing i made that adds some custom functions along with some watered down functions like: game.wait(2), game.clear() game.color ect... You m
G4M3 3NG1N3 V 1.1
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TimothyAnderso1
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4 years ago
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Uh.... This was a test to see how good it would run, solid 13 fps. Better than what i thought!
3d?
Pygame
elburg
elburg
nice!2 years ago
TaishanDixon
TaishanDixon
Thank you sir, i didn't know that python had opengl3 years ago
TimothyAnderso1
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4 years ago
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Python Is a Great Language For beginners So here are the basics #Variables: String = text, to make something a string put "These marks around it" int
TimothyAnderso1
TimothyAnderso1
If you have any problems or want to ask how to do something comment down here and il try my best to help you!4 years ago
TimothyAnderso1
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4 years ago
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Made a dice game in the python console, it was lots of fun! Second time uploading cause first time it didn't go through
Dice Machine 5000
Python
katyadee
katyadee
First to 1000?! That's a long game! But it's fun and well made :-) Good work.4 years ago
TimothyAnderso1
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4 years ago
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My first real project with python (2 days of experience) Written by hand (Other than the clear console command, no way I could have found that out on
Dice Machine 5000
Python