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Alice688

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So could you guys give me some advice for coding or maybe some suggestions for my tutorials, or some suggestions for games? Thanks, I would really appreciate it. (。>‿‿<。)

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DiveshTheReal
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Bookie0

Hey,

here are some ideas for great projects:

  • pacman
  • battleship
  • choice making game
  • quiz (like harry potter quiz, math quiz, star wars quiz)
  • personality quiz (like which house are you in HP, are you a nerd/jock/popular/idiot etc)
  • tic tac toe
  • pong
  • uno
  • dice rolling game
  • name/place/idea/story generator
  • HTML webpage about yourself
  • text based adventure game
  • simulator (Life sim, cooking sim, teacher sim, fighting sim, etc.)
  • hotel managment game
  • tycoon game (idle factory game, idle miner game, idle city game)
  • minecraft but simpler
  • ascii art/animation
  • url shortener
  • site like another site (site like repl.it, google, amazon)
  • clicker game
  • make a tutorial about something you know well of
  • learn a new language (like C, C++, C#, nodeJS, javascript, ruby, haskell, etc.)

If you need more ideas, you can just google on the internet "python program ideas"; here are some results:

https://www.upgrad.com/blog/python-projects-ideas-topics-beginners/

https://data-flair.training/blogs/python-project-ideas/

https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/7-cool-python-project-ideas-for-intermediate-developers/

Now some tips for coding in general:

be organized, use comments, try to not have spahgetti/messy code,

try to code as much as possible (if you cant, just a few minutes a day is good to work on something ;)

learn with tutorials.

use good names for variables and functions and classes, etc

know these websites; they are great: w3 schools, stackoverflow, codeacademy, etc.

read this for more tips

Good luck!!! :D

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Alice688

@Bookie0 @CodeLongAndPros @Coder100 Thank You, so much for the suggestions & advice!!!

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CodeLongAndPros

@Alice688 I hope you know most of my “advice” was satire...

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Alice688

@CodeLongAndPros it was still advice...

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CodeLongAndPros

@Alice688 just terrible

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Bookie0

cool np!

please mark this answer as correct if it helped! =) @Alice688

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CodeLongAndPros

Seriously though:

  • Use imports
  • Use unittests
  • Use a class for objects that share one master var (Databases for example)
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CodeLongAndPros

Ok image does not relate, but ok:

  • Compress
  • Backup
  • Don't use PHP
  • Don't use Perl
  • Use Python
  • Use C
  • Don't use C
  • Never mind, use C.
  • Use OOP interfaces only when necessary.
  • Don't use OOP interfaces unless necessary.
  • Use Git
  • Use SVN
  • Use GitHub
  • No, use GitLab.
  • Use Arch btw.
  • No don't actually.
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Coder100

Sure!

  • JS is the best language
  • When you have an error, make sure to read all of it
  • Colors are awesome
  • Leave comments
  • Always try to make the code as formatted as possible!