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2539901
2539901
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2 months ago
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PLEASE HELP!
PLEASE HELP!My account was "deleted" for no reason, and now I cant access my repls. Im using a new account to post this, and if there is any way to get my account back, please tell me, if not, please tell me.
techwithanirudh
techwithanirudh
Sorry to hear that...1 month ago
UtkMcpe78
UtkMcpe78
Hello, I recognize your account. Now I know why ur not in Skeleton Studios anymore. I'll follow u (already done) and add you back (probably already done by the time u finish reading this comment). And sorry about getting deleted.1 month ago
TheKnownShogun
TheKnownShogun
published a Repl
3 months ago
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Anyone wanna help me learn to code?
Anyone wanna help me learn to code?I would like to learn to code because I need a way to get a good job and make games and stuff for people and maybe even work for replit.
liyy
liyy
I can help2 months ago
sqcodes
sqcodes
I recommend sololearn.com best thing ever better than any of these people (not an insult)2 months ago
nifshfohshdfos
nifshfohshdfos
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3 months ago
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hep
hepHelp
nifshfohshdfos
nifshfohshdfos
PLEASE HELL are with my error it wont load when I use my bot tokens!!1!!1!13 months ago
123Game
123Game
Try changing "require('./classes/Bot')" to "require('./classes/Bot.js')"3 months ago
leonidascool1
leonidascool1
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8 days ago
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HELP!!!!!
HELP!!!!!HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
leonidascool1
leonidascool1
HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :P :P :P :P :( :( :(8 days ago
leonidascool1
leonidascool1
published a Repl
8 days ago
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MAPtest2
MAPtest2HELP! It's supposed to print out a green one then a red one then a green one
leonidascool1
leonidascool1
HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEELP MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!8 days ago
artysup
artysup
published a Repl
22 days ago
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main.py
main.pydoes not work, help
artysup
artysup
it is necessary to deduce the roots by the method of dichotomy, and this does not happen22 days ago
Hooded-Hacker
Hooded-Hacker
published a Repl
1 month ago
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flux library and love2d not working
flux library and love2d not workinghelp me using anim8 works but flux.to() wont work helpppppppppppppppp
Hooded-Hacker
Hooded-Hacker
alr nvm i fixed it apparently u need to call flux.update(deltatime) every frame to make it work1 month ago
GabrielVelasz17
GabrielVelasz17
published a Repl
2 months ago
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Guess the number
Guess the numberI failed... sad. i couldnt make it exit if the guess is negative. Ima go sleep is 1:50 am, ill finish tomorrow (today). If someone knows how to tho, tell me.
Reykr
Reykr
To make it exit when the guess is negative, you need to change line 11 to: <br> `elif guess < number and guess > 0:` Or, you could change your code to check if the guess is negative BEFORE checking anything else and turn the rest into elif statements. Basically, turn lines 14-15 into an if statement and move it so that it is just after line 7, and change lines 8-10 into an elif statement. This would be because, when you only check if `guess < number` before `guess < ceroo`, a negative number is still technically smaller than your number (650000), causing the program to say "Hmm no, lower". From there it won't continue to check if the guess is negative (less than zero). Also, if you want to exit your program immediately, without reaching the end, you could replace `break` with `exit()`. You can also change the variable `ceroo` to the number `0`, it won't affect your code but this is just an option. I hope this comment made some kind of sense, but if you have more questions feel free to ask :>2 months ago
GabrielVelasz17
GabrielVelasz17
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2 months ago
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Rock, Paper, scissors
Rock, Paper, scissorsHi, could someone please tell me how i can maybe make this code more organized, i dont know a lot about coding yet but i feel like is really messy, also in the video the guy says i should use a continue thingy if no player has won 3 times, but i didnt used it cuz i didnt really needed it, would it maybe have been better to use one?
RonikReplit
RonikReplit
Hey there! I have made several changes to your project to make it more readable, faster, and organized. Your impoved code is attached at the bottom of this message. 1. Always comment your code. Code commenting helps others (and yourself) understand what your code does and where. I have added comments all around that help everyone understand whats going on. 2. Indent your code properly! I have noticed that you have been indenting your code with your spacebar. In the future, use the tab key on your keyboard when indenting to make your code more readable. 3. Space out your code. Your code does not need to be mushed against each other. Have an empty line before your if and elif statements, loops, and all other functions of your code as I have done. 4. Have a space before "==". (Variable == Variable2) is a lot cleaner than (Variable== Variable2). This is for code readability. 5. You can check if player1 and player2 have inputted the same character by simply having the statement 'player1 == player2'. 6. Use the 'continue' keyword to restart the loop if player1 or player2 entered an invalid input. The reason we do this is because if one of the player's input is invalid, none of the players scores will go up anyways! It is unnecessary to run the code after the continue statement as nothing will happen anyways. It is not manditory, however in larger projects the continue statement may greatly increase performance as less unnecessary code will be run. Let me know if this helped you out! Here's your faster, more organized, and easier to read code: https://replit.com/@RonikReplit/Rock-Paper-scissors#main.py2 months ago