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Repl.it Offline Mode
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lightningrock

I've heard of the repl.it offline mode but it seems like you use paper and pencil and mail it, but who would do that? You probably would get the Wi-Fi fixed before the result came in the mail. So is there like a offline mode that you can access using a web browser, or an app, or a way to download the file and sync it with the real file?
https://offline.repl.it/

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Bookie0

I don’t think there is an offline mode, but you could download a compiler for your language to work on if you want to do coding online.
Maybe make a suggestion: https://repl.it/feedback/

Hope this helps! =)

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CodeLongAndPros

@Bookie0 On mobile? You can’t run GCC on an fruity fone.

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Bookie0

Uh what is GCC and what’s fruity fone? @CodeLongAndPros

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CodeLongAndPros

@Bookie0 Gnu compiler collection, iPhone, in no particular order.

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CodeLongAndPros

That’s posted on 04-01

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lightningrock
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CodeLongAndPros

@lightningrock A date. April first.

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lightningrock

oh then what is posted on april first? @CodeLongAndPros

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CodeLongAndPros

@lightningrock The repl offline.
But, in serousness:

You can use Termux to use an emulated Linux env. You can install the Gc-dbC gnu compiler-debugger collection. You can use Vim to edit files and run it.

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JahongirAhadov

Offline c++ code