@TheDrone7 Some details of the TOS are a bit vague:
> [DO NOT ] Use the Service to "mine" bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies;
create your own crypto currency
create a miner for it
make it use little resources
But you also:
Redirect users to set up their miner on a hosting platform like Vercel or locally
Only use repl.it for the project when it is at a small scale like testing and education
Give a cut to any repl.it mods and employees (because why not?)
Would it be allowed to create
Hello, I'd like to ask a question:
> You are not allowed to use Replit if you're under the age of 13. If you are found to be underage, you will be banned. However, if you show some sort of parental consent to [email protected] or [email protected], you can be unbanned.
Wait, so people under the age of 13 can't even use Replit for coding? I thought they simply can't use Replit Talk... is this just a mistake or have the rules been updated?
Yay new rules!
A few things I'd add as I see them very often:
For tutorials (or anytime you include code), if you include code blocks, please add syntax highlighting by adding the language name after the 3 backticks (`):
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syntax highlighting is pog!
When you post a quesiton in the ask board, please include a repl, don't just paste all your code on the post
The repl runs fine, but when I try on the repl.co page, it hangs.This project works as desired at https://replit.com/@NatKuhn/Trac-in-Python, but when I try to run a hosted version at https://trac-in-python.natkuhn.
How to get an input accept words and letters instead of just numbersIn Python 2.7, it can be extremely frustrating (at least for me) to have something such as
noun = input("Insert a noun: ")
and when you run the prog
Before we dive into our discussion about lists and dictionaries in Python, we’ll define both data structures. While we're at it, it may be helpful to think of them as daily to-do lists and ordinary school dictionaries, respectively.
A list is a mutable, ordered sequence of items. As such, it can be indexed, sliced, and changed. Each element can be accessed using its position in the list. The same applies to your agenda, where you can modify the order in which you do things and even