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Hey! I'm Minishxp. I code in Python, Node.JS & C#. Contact me: minishxp.c#0001 One of my (big) projects: iohost.mikhailbratsian.repl.co
  • minishxp

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    Made with HTML, CSS, JS

    My homepage.

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  • io.host

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    Made with Node.js

    Source code for file host.

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    HamidS1
    HamidS1
    2 years ago
    HamidS1
    HamidS1
    2 years ago

    lol

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minishxp
minishxp
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2 years ago
io.host | File uploader & host
#javascript
#html
#fileTransfer
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Hi. I made a thing, it's a simple file uploader with an API for Python 3.9+. yeahhhhhhhhhhhhegoheiruukdjngs
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txasdev
txasdev
broke1 year ago
DynamicSquid
DynamicSquid
Nice! I don't think it detects newlines in files though, so the entire file is just displayed in one line2 years ago
minishxp
minishxp
published a Repl
2 years ago
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io.host
io.hostSource code for file host.
HamidS1
HamidS1
lol2 years ago
HamidS1
HamidS1
https://file-upload.mikhailbratsian.repl.co/public_storage/butter.mp32 years ago
minishxp
minishxp
published a Repl
2 years ago
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404 Page
404 PageA 404 page thing. IDK.
minishxp
minishxp
shared a Post
2 years ago
I was coding my multitool program and I came across a weird error that just says: inconsistent use of tabs and spaces in indentation and it point out
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
Solution one good way of solving that is. unindenting everything near it, and indenting again. I've had this problem multiple times. Sometimes python gets confused on what's indented, and what's not. So like this: if os == "Firefox" or os == "firefox": print(chr(27) + '[2j') print('\033c') print('\x1bc') driver = webdriver.Firefox() driver.get(input("URL? ")) and indent it back again: if os == "Firefox" or os == "firefox": print(chr(27) + '[2j') print('\033c') print('\x1bc'2 years ago
minishxp
minishxp
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2 years ago
An apps with different functions like formatting text into bytes and video game wasd controls