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trentgonzales
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3 years ago
Webbrowser import
I don't know if the Webbrowser import isn't compatible with Repl or if I just don't know how to use it. I was wondering if someone could either tell
TurkolYusufiy
TurkolYusufiy
If you want a webbrowser pay me 20$ I will make advace webbrowser 8 months ago
ArelfoxArelfox
ArelfoxArelfox
Does this still work?10 months ago
thecoderhtml
thecoderhtml
'won'twork'2 years ago
trentgonzales
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3 years ago
How would I get a program to use a search engine to answer a question kinda like siri or alexa do?
AshwinBose
AshwinBose
In python, you could use the Wikipedia API to answer questions (there might be one for JS but I'm not too sure). You could also use the DuckDuckGo Instant Answer API. It returns the result in JSON format Or you could try requesting the URL of the search engine's search results. This would return the HTML of the page and you can take out the parts you need. But, this method isn't the best since it would work all the time. I would recommend using the Wikipedia API or the DuckDuckGo API Hope thi3 years ago
trentgonzales
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4 years ago
How can I access a function that I defined in another file?
TheDrone7
TheDrone7
It varies depending on the language4 years ago
SPQR
SPQR
What language? (also, it helps to include your repl)4 years ago
trentgonzales
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4 years ago
How do I get an image to show in my python program?
MATTHEWDL
MATTHEWDL
23 years ago
AlexKerr
AlexKerr
alt f44 years ago
RyanRana
RyanRana
Well depending on how new you are there are a few ways you can do it. Python console(IDLE) does not support pictures, although if you want you can use Turtle API, and this link provides you with some nice tutorials on the Turtle (https://media.readthedocs.org/pdf/pythonturtle/latest/pythonturtle.pdf) That is pretty basic, but for some more advanced stuff you can learn GUI(Graphical User Interface), from this link for a series on the topic(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZLM0VQEKGY&list=PLgUv3ix4 years ago