Try making a Turtle repl instead of a Python repl
cout << "\033[2J\033[0;0H";
If you make a bigger deal about cycles/upvoting than the code itself, you really shouldn't post it tbh.
DO NOT LET THE MODS GET SUSPICIOUS
Joking aside, this is actually a really good explanation of what not to do on Repl Talk.
The icon thing is really cool
Just a thought, this should be more visible to other people, as I don't think many people on repl talk are reading this post
@Cbanks22 ok so now that I'm trying it, here's how you do it:
1) highlight the code you want to comment with the cursor.
2) hold the Control key (or meta key on macs) and then press the "/" key.
ik how to open a .txt file but idk how to open a code file pls help
return of the banana
There's a lot of empty space, and everything is kinda all over the place. If I could change where things are/what things are visible, I'd maybe like it, but for now I'm not a fan of it
Repl.it has recently made several changed that require more effort to get on trending also help promote posts with lots of hard work put into them.
would be cool if the links to stuff like canny (feedback, bugs, and language requests) that used to be at the footer could be on the sidebar
I like to think that the point is to appreciate cycles, but not obsess about them.
Are they using the Monaco editor? (you can check by right clicking. if a menu with a "command palette" button shows up, it's Monaco)
So basically, both community managers (timchen and katya) left Repl.it to pursue other careers, so there hasn't really been anyone to do these things. Hopefully something can happen soon, but I think we should wait for the Repl.it team to figure things out on their end first
I don't think that repl.it has added support for R packages yet :(
People can't edit your repl, however they can make a copy and edit the copy
Cycles are earned when other people upvote your posts and comments on repl talk. I'm sure commenting on some posts or making your own posts will get you some :)
I would recommend Replit for programming normal projects, but I will usually use a code editor if I'm working on something big.
Repls have a default IP and afaik you can't change it
gg to winners (no, I'm not salty. don't even think that)