Python 3 - maximum call stack / recursion
Did repl.it recently reduce the "maximum call stack" limit? I have a simple code that uses the turtle module and recursively draws triangles inside of triangles... I think it would be considered a "fractal".
The code used to run to completion (a few weeks ago), but now I'm getting a run time error partway through the code:
ExternalError: RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded on line 21
My code is at URL: https://repl.it/@masonjargon/Fractal-Turtle
This is my first question for this community. Please let me know any conventions which I should follow. I did search for news around this item, but did not find any recent updates.
Hmmm... Works for me? Did you fix something?
BTW Conventions-wise, I kinda suck at this front, but I personally like to have an empty line every time I finish an indented block (idrk how to call it...
@masonjargon Sorry for the late response, but here's a screenshot of it working for me:
@Annvil has created a bug report for this as other users are experiencing the same thing with code that previously worked. You may wish to upvote the bug report by clicking on the up arrow directly to the left of the title: