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Xander Ehlert

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  • Klang

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    Made with Python
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  • experiment_44

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  • experiment_44_part_2

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    a text based game based off of experiment 44 part one and real world maps/locations

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XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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1 year ago
Calculating Pi using a Reimann Sum
first post in months pog Essentially calculates the area under a semi-circle using a Reimann sum (if you're curious I'm using midpoint rectangles). id
pi via reimann
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XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
As the title states, this is my #WEEKLY 2 submission, in only 7 lines. uh idk what else to say Please upvote Enjoy :)
weekly 2
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TheDrone7
TheDrone7
SCORED.2 years ago
XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
This is my #WEEKLY 1 submission, but unlike most submissions, it is in only one line (with zero division accounted for). Please upvote Enjoy :)
#WEEKLY 1 submission
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XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
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This just reads itself and prints it to the console, but it has syntax highlighting. You can add your own file to see as well. Enjoy :)
add_color_to_file
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XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
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I know this is poor timing on my part for releasing this now... What is Klang? Klang is a new language (made by yours truly) coded in Python (only t
Klang
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Jakman
Jakman
cool. If you want to expand this language it would probably be better if it was written in C. Python is already interpreted. Unless klang is based on a certain use,it would be better for it to be written in C for better utility and control.2 years ago
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
Dang, an actual language. This is some good stuff!2 years ago
XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
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As said in the title, this is just a gravity simulator. It essentially uses Tkinter text bindings, time.sleep, and .move() to move a certain amount (d
gravity_simulator
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ErrorNoInternet
ErrorNoInternet
wow that was really cool2 years ago
GL1CH3D
GL1CH3D
I made an edit to turn it into a native Mac application (not using py2app, but adding a shebang and renaming the python file to app.app.)2 years ago
Rama2006
Rama2006
that a great job will done2 years ago
XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
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This is part of my parser that I used for one of my games. Technically, this is not an actual parser, but a lexer. For those of you who don't know w
parser_template
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ApoorvAgrawal
ApoorvAgrawal
im pretty sure you could just do2 years ago
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
What is the ¡™£¢∞§¶•ªº£¢∞§∞¢∞§∞¶¢§¶•∞¢§¶•∞¢£§¶•§∞¢§¶•∞¢§¶•∞¢£§¶∞¢£∞§¶∞¢£?2 years ago
XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
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Test yourself in an all-out battle of the dice against the computer Type r to reroll a die and - to not Please Upvote Enjoy :)
dice game
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XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
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All this program does is sense when you hit a key, and then print something from one of two files. (similar to #mat1's hacker typer, but shorter and n
hehehehehehehehehehehhehehehehhehe
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XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
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Yes, it is a working IDE Thanks to #xolyon for the Styling Text tutorial and #mat1 for the hacker typer program (I only used the tuples, calm down)
python_ide
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Codemonkey51
Codemonkey51
Hrmmm 303872ED-EA54-45CA-BD18-BB354594FD41 It works! Also I got multi line working (how to: obfuscate by making it inline, copy, paste, run code.)2 years ago
N3rdL0rd
N3rdL0rd
I like the coloring, but otherwise, it would be easier to just do this: import os;os.system("python") `2 years ago
kingretracted
kingretracted
backspace is screwed up, otherwise it's amazing!2 years ago
XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
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Recently, I made a program in Python to calculate Euler's number (e) More recently, I made a crash course on Swift (if you want to check it out: htt
e_swift
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XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
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Swift is a powerful and intuitive programming language for macOS, iOS, watchOS, tvOS and beyond. Apple It surprised me when I saw that no one had do
swift
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Psianturi
Psianturi
Thank you..2 years ago
anjorge
anjorge
Yeah nice!2 years ago
theangryepicbanana
theangryepicbanana
A few thoughts: > Similar to Rust, Swift was made to have high usability and performance (similar to Rust) You mention "similar to Rust" twice here lol. > Similar to C/C++, you declare variables using the var keyword C nor C++ use var for declaring variables, but languages like JavaScript and Dart do. > Although the ! is not required, if you don't use it, the compiler will throw an error at you. Yes, this is because readLine returns an optional String type. If the user didn't enter anything o2 years ago
XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
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If you don't know what ASCII is, click here What this program does: This program converts text, numbers, or symbols to ASCII Binary. It does this by
ascii_binary
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XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
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Post-it notes made using Tkinter and Python. It's not that long. But it was hard to create Upvote for the effort, please. Please enjoy :)
postit
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Jakman
Jakman
I am proud of you @XanderEhlert good job2 years ago
Japoll246
Japoll246
cool2 years ago
XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
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Pi I used a lot of trig in this one. Idk how I even did it. Also, shoutout to @CodingCactus for the second approximation Please upvote and enjoy :
pi2_(maybe)
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Codemonkey51
Codemonkey51
AWESOME2 years ago
CodingCactus
CodingCactus
doesn't sin use pi?2 years ago
XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
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So if you don't know what Euler's number is (e), it is a mathematical constant used with stuff to model the real world. There are multiple ways to ca
e
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theangryepicbanana
theangryepicbanana
@XanderEhlert Please refrain from using alternate accounts to upvote your posts. Continuing to do so will result in you being banned from Repl Talk. image2 years ago
Navinor
Navinor
e2 years ago
XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
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So I was really bored with this whole stay at home stuff and I saw @LizFoster 's pi approximations. I decided to try to create my own formula infinit
inaccurate_pi
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HADRONZ
HADRONZ
cool, unconventional tho. You should try using java bigdecimal library.2 years ago
Jakman
Jakman
pi = 22/7 print(pi)2 years ago
DynamicSquid
DynamicSquid
This is actually really cool! I also made a tutorial on this actually if you want to check it out!2 years ago
XanderEhlert
XanderEhlert
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2 years ago
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14 Days of Quarantine... Upvote for part 2! Developer Notes: This is my first Repl! (But definitely not my first python program) Special thanks to @
experiment_44
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PXY
PXY
This is a fantastic game! Definitely has a lot of moving parts to it, and impresses me greatly. There are a few errors as mentioned below, but I'm confident they'll be looked into some day.2 years ago
brasilchicken10
brasilchicken10
Got to espionage building part then it just kept saying where do you want to go over and over again.2 years ago
Enemi
Enemi
lol 44 is my lucky number2 years ago