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@emilian1000000
I am a world traveler. My hobbies are playing violin, playing chess, and of course, coding.
• ## SKYJO Online

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Made with HTML, CSS, JSThe card game SKYJO, except online. We only support single-device gameplay, but we are working on making multi-device gameplay possible.
skopecek0107
11 months ago
Hi! When will multi-device gameplay be available? ^^
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Different Coded Mega Calculator
This program is coded differently and works a little different than my original calculator Mega Calculator. https://repl.it/@emilian1000000/Different-
this is pretty inefficient. you could compact it a lot by taking two inputs and then using those in all your if statements. You also don't have to make the functions this way.4 years ago
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Calculates volume, surface area, area, perimeter and circumference. https://repl.it/@emilian1000000/Volume-Area-and-Perimeter-Calculator
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Converts temperature exactly \(kind of obvious\). https://repl.it/@emilian1000000/Exact-Temperature-Converter
FanjinMeng
Whoa this is cool4 years ago
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Converts Base-10 to Base-2 and Base-2 to Base-10. https://repl.it/@emilian1000000/Base-10Base-2-Converter
two2three
the full version1 year ago
two2three
https://replit.com/@two2three/Joe-Dabbss-Converter#main.py1 year ago
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Converts fractions into decimals and decimals into fractions. https://repl.it/@emilian1000000/FractionDecimal-Converter
TommyIsAwesome
cool4 years ago
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My first REPL. The program generates word problems, and you have to try and solve them. https://repl.it/@emilian1000000/MAD-Word-Problem-Generator
Brandaboss
Nice game! I nailed the second one. Keep creating!4 years ago
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Calculator that calculates a lot of things. https://repl.it/@emilian1000000/Mega-Calculator
shittyCode
i know im 3 years late, but you could use: numericconstpattern = '[+]? (?: (?: \d* \. \d+ ) | (?: -?\d+ \.? ) )(?: [xyXY(),] [+]? \d+ ) ?' rx = re.compile(numericconstpattern, re.VERBOSE) num = rx.findall(problem) a, b = num[0], num[1] to find the values as I've found that simply throwing an accidental letter in there breaks the whole program. You could also modify numericconstpattern so it could be used to find numbers for the average. Finally, I wanted to add that you could use a switch statem1 year ago
ay14
Good and polite calculator. Heres an upvote2 years ago
proofofconcept
Why do you import statistics if it is never used?4 years ago
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Test your knowledge of several subjects. Choose a subject, then try to answer the questions correctly and earn points! https://repl.it/@emilian1000000
TommyIsAwesome
awesome! how does the answer check work though?4 years ago
emilian1000000
This is my favorite program4 years ago