Give me ideas please! XD
Hello, I am aware this is not 100% coded related but it is still coding related in terms of ideas.
Languages I know
- Learning Python
Will these ideas be credited?
Yes, they will be.
Why would I make other people's idea just to code them and trash them in the future?
Boredem. Welcome to the world! XD
Quick Note, Anyone who says this is cycle farming is wrong, I don't even like cycles and the only reason I have them is because I help people out, thanks.
Here's the list:
Here are some great ideas to get you started:
- 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
- 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
- game like Among Us
- game like Scribble
- typing test
- tycoon game (idle factory game, idle miner game, idle city game)
- minecraft but simpler
- ascii art/animation
- url shortener
- board game (monopoly, uno, risk, game of life, etc)
- site like another site (site like repl.it, google, amazon)
- clicker game
- make a tutorial about something you know well of
If you need more ideas, you can just google on the internet "program ideas" here are some results:
You should definitely make a python function that generates an html page with recursion, a.k.a. a function that will eventually run itself. Recursion is nic efor making nested html elements and you have options in your function to format into your html string. If you're feeling ambitious you could make this but with classes instead and incorporate more features like modifying the html you might have already generated using class methods or something similar. I think it would be a cool idea. What do you think?
# copyright intelligente/ch1ck3n def y(n, b): return n+b def h(n, b): return n+b def d(): alphabet = ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'e', 'f', 'g', 'h', 'i', 'j', 'k', 'l', 'm', 'n', 'o', 'p', 'q', 'r', 's', 't', 'u', 'v', 'w', 'x', 'y', 'z'] e =  p = [1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 14, 14, 4, 24] for a in p: e.append(alphabet[a]) r = ''.join(e) t = r if r == t: s = lambda x, c : y(c, x) o = s(t[:4], t[4:]) f = o[:5] g = o[5:] if h(g, f) == r: d = h(g, f) k = d.split(' ') po = ' '.join(k) return po print(d())
Hey! If your wondering what to code and need ideas, then I suggest using the basics. Even writing hello world in python is quite satisfying. If you want something more, you can do something also simple like a magic 8th ball or something. I made a program like that a while ago and it was cool enough. I hope that help!