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Quessts

Does

@elvin5
work? and how can I find the source code of a project

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Buhron

You cannot look for a replit username, but you can get their username.
Possible in Python, Bash, JavaScript

Python:

import os print(os.environ['REPL_OWNER']

Bash:

echo '$REPL_OWNER'

JavaScript:

// requires repl auth var user = req.get('X-Replit-User-Name')
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Coder100

You can go to the /__repl to find the repl, but if it is private, you won't be able to do it.

For example, your attached repl, https://CompatibleYummyAdministrators.quessts.repl.run, you can find the source as https://CompatibleYummyAdministrators.quessts.repl.run/__repl

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PattanAhmed

@Quessts
Hi,
It's pretty easy...

Searching by username can be done in two methods:-

First one:-

If you are familiar with someone else username, you can search their profile in the format like this:-

https://repl.it/@Username

Change Username to their username

You will be redirected to their Repl.it profile page.

Second method:-

You can search online on your browser like in this format:-

repl.it Username

Change Username to their username


For your second question, how can I find the source code of a project:-
You can see their projects and Repls on their Profile page of Repl.it
Suppose I want to see your source code of a project and I have your Repl.it Profile link, then I can see all the code when I open your Repl.

Hope this makes your questions clear.
If not, Hit that Reply button and I am ready to answer again :)
Thanks!

That's it
Hope this helps

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Whacko

Let's say you have a url like this:

https://Cool-Thing.whacko.repl.co

First, add https://repl.it/:

https:/repl.it/

Then, add the text right after the second period, so in this case, it is whacko. Also, add the @ symbol before it:

https://repl.it/@whacko/

Then, add the text right in front of the username:

https://repl.it/@whacko/Cool-thing/

And there! It works!
You don't need the repl.co or repl.run.