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This is a Weather API If you have any queries as to which website I’m getting the API from, and which one I’m querying, ask in the comments.... chec
How do I store a photo In a jpeg or png file? How to do this on mobile? Suppose I have this photo: * https://www.wallpaperflare.com/digital-digital-a
Coder100 Hello. First: image Click that save image as. image Now, click save (but first change the name lol) afterward, drag it into your repl. image Another way: image Now, depending on what language you are using (from what I can tell, TKINTER), you will have to research how to display the image with your new local image.2 years ago
k9chelsea2 in html this is simple however you might be using a different lang if so what is it?2 years ago
I had to do a bit of research for the design of the frames (meaning the field/app that’s open). i used tkinter for this I don’t think mobile is supp
I’ve seen some previous posts on stackoverflow (specifically about Reddit) saying there are good tutorials, so is it true?
PattanAhmed @dillonjoshua68 Hi, It really depends on what question you need the answer... Somehow, If you need tutorials then you can proceed with w3shools or Freecodecamp But if you need answers to your question or errors then you can check StackOverFlow or something similar... *Hope this helps Please mark my answer if this helps*2 years ago
InvisibleOne Eh, it really depends. Sometimes you can find good ones, other times there aren't so good. You just need to check when they were posted. because a lot are for python 2, which although it is still a great code, some things are done a bit differently in python 3. Same for js and html. Normally they are pretty decent.2 years ago
HahaYes Reddit doesn't have any good tutorials lol. If you want to learn programming, SoloLearn and/or w3schools is a really good option for python and other languages.2 years ago
What do we put for the IP address in the .MongoClient() method... is it always import pymongo myclient = pymongo.MongoClient(“mongodb://localhost:2701
PattanAhmed @dillonjoshua68 Hi, Read this amazing website:- Click here You can find MongoDB in Repl.it in the above website *Hope this helps Please mark my answer if this helps*2 years ago
ironblockhd I think replit doesnt support mongodb servers, try to use an external database as shown here. or use repldb after you activate explorer role here IMG_28102 years ago
And why does that account always stay at the top of the list for contributors?
Bookie0 Hey there! Enigma was an ex-employee of repl.it (community i think), well anyways a similar question to yours was asked, and this is what he replied: > Haha that's my own fault, funny it's resurfacing. During my time at repl.it, we played around with the cycles for testing. In fact, I have 7K cycles pretty much since December. Now, since I don't work here anymore, the leaderboard lists me again. I'm gonna ask someone to unlist me from it xD (from here: https://repl.it/talk/ask/Enigmadev/411892 years ago
k9chelsea2 on a previous post enigma answered himself, he used to work at repl.it they where experimenting with cycles or something and then his contract expired, but he still had all those cycles from experimenting because he hasn't gotten 6000 upvotes every 7 weeks to keep him in the leaderboard obvs2 years ago
Coder100 Hi! engima_dev used to be an employee at repl.it. His contract expired and, well, he left. Those cycles were awarded to him during his time as an employee.2 years ago
Can someone please make a tutorial here for django/Flask or asyncio ?
PattanAhmed @dillonjoshua68 Hi, Here are some tutorials that are available on YouTube and other places. Django **Youtube First Course Second Course Third Course Websites First Course Second Course Third Course** Flask **YouTube First Course Second Course Third Course Websites First Course Second Course Third Course** Async IO **Websites [First Course] (https://realpython.com/async-io-python/) Second Course Third Course** And Many More... *Hope this helps. Please mark my answer if this helps.*2 years ago
Bookie0 I dont know any django/Flask, or asyncio but here are some great tutorials i found online: Django: https://www.djangoproject.com/start/ https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/3.0/intro/tutorial01/ https://realpython.com/tutorials/django/ https://www.tutorialspoint.com/django/index.htm https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/django-tutorial/ Flask: https://flask.palletsprojects.com/en/1.1.x/tutorial/ https://blog.miguelgrinberg.com/post/the-flask-mega-tutorial-part-i-hello-world https://www.tutorialspo2 years ago
NumPy Basics This contains 9 Topics Basics/Intro, Creating arrays, Indexing, Slicing, Data types, Copy vs View, Array shape, and Array reshape NumPy
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Plz recommend what language should i learn... Since im not sure whether i wanna learn HTML, CSS, JS since I feel like i need to learn one more lang be
k9chelsea2 good question, maybe learn Java or a language like Ruby, Rust anything, lol, CSS and HTML are quite easy once you get the hang of them maybe even learn JS so then you will know what to do with the JS n the HTML and css stuff2 years ago
What is the best??? Node Js or React Js or Angular Js ### ???
Just the basics, and pls share any important info
conspicous You could use PyQt5 as it allows you full control as to where you place an object: @Coder100 you can't overlap in tkinter. you also are able to customise component styles using css. it will be complicated but it is worth it as it does not use as much cpu process AND is MUCH faster at redrawing the window.2 years ago
VulcanWM Use ascii art.2 years ago
Coder100 Hello. What do you mean graphical? You can use turtle, pygame, or tkinter. Won't work on a python repl because those are terminal-only2 years ago
This was a basic game before, and I learn how to do all this by myself without referring to the internet on how to make one. Features: It allows the
How to make a user sign-up and login system in Python 3?
Coder100 Hello. There is an awesome client for the official repl.it DB here by @Codemonkey51! Be sure to have explorer mode turned on!2 years ago
adl212 You've seen my post here and it is the one working way that I know of that actually saves, unlike using text or json files to store your data.2 years ago
Muffinlavania :D i have a tutorial on this!!here, This uses pickle, it will save data into a file, then you can load it. So you can save the password in a file, then when they are guessing it, load it up and see if they are correct. YOu can make the login thing just by making a new file and putting their info in another file Tutorial Here!! 2 years ago
This is my calc, it was something I was working on before the weekly challenge came out , cuz I didn’t think this would come in a challenge, and this
1) what is getpass, how to use it, when to use it, what to use it for? 2)are there any methods of encrypting user input on python? and how to do it..
Originally was a basic calc... i Improved, it after I asked @HahaYes What should I program after learning a lot in Python3... so I improved this as he
dillonjoshua68 @Bookie0 , @CarlosRosiles I managed to make this one like a loop Just do this @CarlosRosiles , and make sure to do it for each .py folder after ending all loops, and the whole program for that part DE5D3982-8EFE-43E3-9A47-AACB5E5C0A172 years ago
dillonjoshua68 @CarlosRosiles I improved it, using somewhat idea from urs (thanks)2 years ago