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Repl.run equivlent
MrCoxall1

I have used in the past Repl.run with my class. I would use them to show my students the input from the user and the output for problems. I know they have been depreciated (https://docs.repl.it/repls/repl-run)and you can now use this: https://repl.it/@MrCoxall1/circumferenceofcirclepy?embed=1&output=1

The problem is that I do not want my students to be able to see the source code. With the old Repl.run there was no easy way for them to find the source code. Now there is an "Open" button, which defeats the entire point.

Anyone have a solution?
I want to have a terminal that runs code and allows user input, but they cannot see my source code.

Thanks

Answered by programmeruser [earned 5 cycles]
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programmeruser

They have deprecated it as it was abused. You can use the solution mentioned by Coder100, or you can use this unofficial version of it created by @PDanielY. To use it, go to the url https://replrunsh.pdaniely.repl.co/<username>/<replname>. Link for your repl above: https://replrunsh.pdaniely.repl.co/MrCoxall1/circumferenceofcirclepy

Bookie0

PDanieyY made an alternative to repl.run here. (unofficial, created by a member of the community not a repl.it team member! :)
Check this out for why it was removed.

You can always email [email protected] and put URGENT in the subject if it's an urgent problem and you want something to be done. ;)

Coder100

Yes, they removed it as it was abused.
The equivalent is here

and the reason it was removed is here

MrCoxall1

The embed code does work, but you still see the code. I need a way to not show the source code.
@Coder100

Coder100

just add ?outputonly=1 @MrCoxall1

dgrilawidbanana

@Coder100 looks bad..