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Daily Question #2: Why did you choose

Time for the Second Daily Question! I started this thread yesterday (London Time) and it became popular, so I am gonna continue with this!
The next question is why did you choose Repl.It

I chose it because i used it once in school, and wanted to save my work. I started to talk in the community and started to love talking to you all as i code. The community is friendly and there is diversity in languages to code with.

I am also gonna paste a daily meme as well for y'all.

Answered by lsambrook [earned 5 cycles]
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It all Started in October 2018, I remember that day like it was yesterday. I had an IT class and the teachers said : "We are going to learn how to code". I knew what coding was but I didn't know any languages or how to right or even where to start. The teachers then told us to go on a coding platform called and then create an account and finally create a repl with the language python. A few months later I started to learn JS,HTML,CSS and i really liked it, so I spent a lot of time coding and quickly became one of my favourite habits. Now I am coding on my own and I love participating into activities.


I stuck it on with a few other choices and it came up.


It's online
I don't have to download IDEs
It saves my stuff
I can make tons of programs in many different languages


I choose replit because of the same reason as you, and also replit is just a perfect site for coding


i choose because my teacher choose it
but i dont really like it its not very powerful on python turtle you cant run code over 100 steps without it breaking and today im trying to write code for a chatbot and nothing is working see here


I chose because:

  1. it runs fully in the cloud, which is important as I use only Chrome OS on the desktop
  2. it provides good support for my favorite language, Python
  3. it's an advanced tool, not a toy

I chose because a friend of mine recommended this to me, and also a teacher suggested using this website. Since then, I've been using!