hmmm, seems pretty BASIC to me
You just go clickity clackity at the keyboard and magic happens.
Clickity clackity clickity
Please note that if you guys give me spaghetti I'll vote for your repl.
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Such a wholesome little program <3. I'm very sorry to hear about your uncle. ;-;
That's because in replit index.js will always be ran first. In the shell (accessed by hitting F1 and clicking "open shell" on the popup menu) type
This is cool! As a suggestion, maybe try hashing the passwords instead of encrypting and decrypting them.
Basically, a hash is an irreversible encryption. You hash the password they give, and store that.
When they want to login, you hash their password input and check it against the stored hash. If they match, the passwords are the same.
This makes it harder for people to break your encryption and also doesn't allow you to view their actual passwords (just a privacy thing).
Ya like jazz?
This kid makes me feel stupid lol.
The minimum 50 characters for description is to encourage quality posts and hopefully draw away spammers.
You tried though and that's all that matters! Good luck with your future Rust projects. :)
Hi, I'm Zavexeon! But you can call me Kyle or Zave.
I'm a Ruby programmer, brought here to find a good online coding environment for it. Since then I've learned many different programming languages.
Could you possibly block the
https://repl.it/talk/ route and leave the rest of repl.it open?
Give me a few minutes and I'll move the posts from Jam into Share, then migrate yours. (Could take a while)
This would be very challenging, but essentially you'd have to make a program that "operates" like whatever console you are emulating.
First you would need to understand how the console you are emulating works on a hardware level, and how games on it play.
Then, with a program, you replicate the console's hardware the best you can with whatever language you are using. You also have to get the console's BIOS to run on the emulator, otherwise nothing will work.
This is about as much as I know, though.