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ironblockhd

@ironblockhd
My portfolio: https://ironblockhd.repl.co My discord: ironblockhd#8841
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ironblockhd
ironblockhd
published an Update
7 months ago
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AI
AI
This AI detects numbers
I wrote a neural network from scratch, I made a web client and a local C++ client for training
ironblockhd
ironblockhd
published a Repl
1 year ago
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#javascript
#markdown
#chat
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alamgir72435
alamgir72435
Great ! its Mind Blowing 1 year ago
SirAnos
SirAnos
I like it, but I wish there was more activity6 months ago
ironblockhd
ironblockhd
shared a Post
2 years ago
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So I made an neural network that recognizes and generates numbers
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ironblockhd
ironblockhd
shared a Post
2 years ago
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coding on replit has been real exhausting lately (I'm 4 times faster on a local enviroment) but I like the community aspect of replit, so I made this
RDCServ
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ironblockhd
ironblockhd
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2 years ago
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I wanna make a wrapper for a database so that you don't have to rely on replit once you wrote something for it and you can port stuff to replit. What
RohilPatel
RohilPatel
Okay, so as coder100 said, there are two databases, however I understand what you are trying to say. Good databases Firebase Firestore (goes with your google account, it's free) Link: https://firebase.google.com/docs/firestore Mongo Db (free, but also not my favorite to use) Link: https://docs.mongodb.com/ repl has its own, but I don't like it Hope this helps!2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
There literally are only two types lol SQL and noSQL replit database uses a nosql-like database, so nosql seems to be the most friendliest choice here imo tables are overrated go with noSQL2 years ago
ironblockhd
ironblockhd
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2 years ago
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i installed a chroot-like thing that doesnt requires root priviliges. I made it run a minimal alpine linux filesystem
proot
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programmeruser
programmeruser
Why didn't I think of this (I was trying to install docker on repl.it the other day). This means you can run different linux distros in repl.it now (if you can get ahold of the initial filesystem)...2 years ago
ironblockhd
ironblockhd
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2 years ago
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Can someone who knows C# explain me the flow of this code? As someone who has zero experience with C# this looks like incoherent declarations of varia
DynamicSquid
DynamicSquid
I took a look but I don't think it's a C# thing. I think once you understand what that class does, then you can easily figure out what each methods does. The code's actually pretty clean2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
ew the code quality is too bad, not doing it >:( Btw why are you looking at C2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
Ok2 years ago
ironblockhd
ironblockhd
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2 years ago
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you can use it to easily manage your databases or debug your code, you can easily get access to it by using the command curl "https://databasemanager.
databaseManager
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piphi
piphi
Thanks so much for this!1 year ago
Leroy01010
Leroy01010
cool!2 years ago
ironblockhd
ironblockhd
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2 years ago
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Does the replitDB id stay the same or is there another way to uniquely identify a database?
Coder100
Coder100
If the url changed your data would reset lol Explicitly: no, it's constant2 years ago
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
Are you working with DBs that aren't the one for your project?2 years ago
ironblockhd
ironblockhd
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2 years ago
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This allows you to add comment sections to markdown files and to your html pages, including basic moderation. Additionally, it can be downloaded. com
commentGenerator
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Leroy01010
Leroy01010
the best way to manipulate markdown!! thisss thiinngg 2 years ago
zplusfour
zplusfour
kool2 years ago
retronbv
retronbv
In the html the link to add a comment doesn’t work bc the link has a random ‘(‘2 years ago
ironblockhd
ironblockhd
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2 years ago
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do not use this in combination of the hidden files tutorial IMG_2904 So you may be aware that nodejs repls are loaded faster than python repls since
databaseDemo
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CodeLongAndPros
CodeLongAndPros
What? Just tar it up with ZStandard and lazy-load it.2 years ago
Highwayman
Highwayman
iS tHaT a OnE LiNeR I sEE?!? 2 years ago
HahaYes
HahaYes
ew lower storage? ew ew ew more storage = more flex2 years ago
ironblockhd
ironblockhd
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2 years ago
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Make hidden files/folders in these 4 steps: use CTRL+shift+s to open the terminal note: if you've used npm modules before on your repl this step can b
hiddenTest
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Nova-team
Nova-team
mv node_modules filename1 month ago
ThusEndingTheStory
ThusEndingTheStory
Can't get it back, can't unhide5 months ago
NoeWasTaken
NoeWasTaken
how do I unhide the file? 1 year ago
ironblockhd
ironblockhd
shared a Post
2 years ago
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I recoded my database module in a more clean way, it went from 180kb to 4kb and fixed several bugs. I made a documentation on github: https://github.c
databaseDemo
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ironblockhd
ironblockhd
shared a Post
2 years ago
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some htlm edior imade brujh
HTMLEditor
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realTronsi
realTronsi
How are you parsing the html, or is there an API for that?2 years ago
Kookiez
Kookiez
this is really good!2 years ago
VulcanWM
VulcanWM
Epic!2 years ago
ironblockhd
ironblockhd
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2 years ago
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This is a javascript bash emulator i spent many hours on. Features include: a working file system ">"-redirect operator "|" pipe operator nano editor
bashEmulator
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PattanAhmed
PattanAhmed
Why is a command called python3 not working? 01 2 years ago
CodeLongAndPros
CodeLongAndPros
This is a “Linux” emulator, the only shell built is are stuff like source, alias, echo, cd…2 years ago
ironblockhd
ironblockhd
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2 years ago
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This teaches you the basics of bash/linux commands
learnBash
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CodeLongAndPros
CodeLongAndPros
Erm… Bash has about 30 commands built in and everything else is a binary.2 years ago
ironblockhd
ironblockhd
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2 years ago
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what is this for Were you ever really motivated to program something but you had no idea? This project aims to fix that problem! Have fun coding! :-)
programmingIdeas
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DynamicSquid
DynamicSquid
oh cool! i like it!2 years ago
ironblockhd
ironblockhd
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2 years ago
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This example shows some cool stuff you can do with node.js terminal!
awesomeNode
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ironblockhd
ironblockhd
shared a Post
2 years ago
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A nice breakout game using canvas! ᴴᶦᵍʰ ᵠᵘᵃˡᶦᵗʸ ᵖᵒˢᵗ ᵉᵛᵉʳʸ ᵈᵃʸ ˡᵒˡ
breakout
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potatojs
potatojs
NICE2 years ago
ironblockhd
ironblockhd
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2 years ago
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about Ill be making a original high quality post once a day for the next 5 days (i wanted to make it 7 but i ran out of ideas). There's going to be ma
IDE
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