this should neating it up a bit
firstname = input("What is you name")
surname = input ("What is your surname")
print ("your surname is",surname)
Here's what happened:
the source code says 0! So where does the actual number come from then? JS, how pesky >:(
so basically what this means is that you can't scrape the data using your current method :( You are going to have to execute js code too (which isn't possible with your current setup)
hey hey whats this
if you could find a way to eval() this piece of code you will be able to get covid data!
use an API
Insults, compliments, random number gen, and a password gen lmaoSo basically you input a number to choose what type of generator you want to use. Personally, I like making it insult me c: This is so generic lmao ev...
I recommend use replit db: https://docs.replit.com/misc/database
ALSO WHY IN THE WORLD ARE YOU USING .ENV TO STORE DATA
it won't work
.env is meant to store secrets (like tokens, database keys, etc.), they are NOT meant to store code or anything like that.
I had to close out of chrome :(.
Ahh yes, I remember the project where I had a program open two which opened the same program (so it was a doubling pattern). My computer took 20-30 secs to realize I wanted to close out of chrome.
Why does my text appear and disappear right away???? Pls help!!Hi, I’m a very beginner of html and i found this code and changed it. When i click the button ‘click me’, the message is ‘You have been hacked’. The m...
if you get rid of the everything seems to work fine, i think its because that type of button in a form submits the form and the action attribute of the form is loaded, you can look at it in more detail here
This could be used as a "trainer" for people to get a better understanding of a Binary decision tree.
You could expand this project by creating random range of numbers and letting the user know in advance the optimal guesses. Have the range be 2^n, where n is a small range of numbers.