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William Reams

@y33t3rs0n
I like doing ctfs and writeups for them and I'm learning how to become an ethical hacker
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    This is a simple game made in python3. All in the console! Check out my GitHub repo of it!

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InsertTitleHereThis is a simple game made in python3. All in the console! Check out my GitHub repo of it!
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Using @InvisibleOne 's tutorial I added on to the project (with the help of replit and stackoverflow) I remade his game! I tried making a ran
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BearCoder01
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Cool game!1 year ago
VulcanWM
VulcanWM
Woah nice!1 year ago
CosmicBear
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this is surprisingly fun1 year ago
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I'm adding on to a tutorials monster-fighting type game and I'm getting two errors, one: Traceback (most recent call last): File "main.py", line 44,
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VulcanWM
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for the traceback have you tried doing: print(bright_yellow + "\nYou have" + str(coins) + "coins!!") ?1 year ago
y33t3rs0n
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I've tried fixing both before 1 year ago
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I'm adding to a python tutorials project and I have an indentation error which I've tried fixing many times but failed could someone help?
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Wumi4
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It looks like on line 47 to line 56, in the if, elif and else blocks, you use a space for indentation instead of tabs like the rest of the code. Fix that by remove the indentation space and replace it with tabs.1 year ago
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I'm in a bit of a predicament, I'm trying to find if a number is greater than 4 while using ".isdigit()" in an "if" syntax?
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Coder100
Coder100
No, you have to first convert it into an int or something first, so here's how: num = ... try: if int(num) > 4: print('greater than 4') else: print('not greater than 4') except: print('not a number') isdigit will tell you if it is a number, but to turn it into a number, you must use int (or float to support decimals). However, that is inefficient, because if int tries to convert and it is not a number, it will throw an error. So we utilize that.1 year ago
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This is a writeup for picoCTf challenge 7 just read the comments in the repl and you'll understand
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ik ik this is literally a piece of garbage that took me 15 minutes but I never really made anything on repl.it. I just learned so yeah here PS I was b
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I've been trying to learn javascript for a long time but sometimes I just will forget things or not learn important things because of the lesson I'm l
InvisibleOne
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Sure! //comments let bob = 'bill' //variables function haha() { alert("HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA") } // ^^ Functions haha() //calling a function //if else let name = prompt("What's ya name!") if (name == 'bob') { alert("Oh my living star!") } else { alert("Oh... it's you...") } //other cool stuff: alert("Alert is cool!") let yorn = prompt("Is prompt cool as well?") if (yorn == 'yes') { console.log('Then you must thing that console.log is cool as well!') //sorta like print in python } So there you2 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI
RYANTADIPARTHI
here are a few tutorials: https://www.w3schools.com/js/DEFAULT.asp https://javascript.info/ https://www.javascripttutorial.net/2 years ago