Beginners guide to repl it
Why am I making tutorials.
A small introduction
Anyway's, Welcome to Replit! Replit is an IDE. Which means its a thing-a-ma-jig that lets you code software! If you are new to repl it (I've been here for a while now), this might be good for you. Here are some simple steps to get started:
1.Select a language
There are many languages to choose from, but which one is for you?
Python - Super easy and is used a lot. (Though its kinda slow because it downloads a bazillion packages and all that)
C++ - A little hard but very fast
nodeJS - I dont know this but its used a lot for networking
HTML, CCS, JS - These are used to make programs that make your program look better. It also makes up the web
2. Learn the basics
For me, the basics are:
- If else
3.Make a small program
Try making a little calculator or game using the stuff you learned
4.Post your program on Repl Talk!
Cycles are basically like points that dont really do anything. But I like to think of them as experience points.
How to Earn cycles
( @Bookie0 suggested this)
Post's - People can upvote your posts if they like it.
Comments - People can also upvote your comments!
Answering questions - You can earn 5 cycles if somebody finds your answer correct!
The amount of upvotes a post or comment has looks like this:
And to see how much cycles you have, Look at the number next to your username. As you can see, I have 140 cycles currently.
6.W3 schools and tutorialspoint are really good at explaining tutorials!
I hope this guide helped if you are a beginner!
Don't give up! Never Give up!
Dont go thinking that you are a Pro coder just because you know how to do
hello, world! or any of your 'lobby bot' things!
Many beginner's try to do complicated stuff like Node js and stuff like that. Dont do that! Instead, start with the basics and keep practicing! Learn a new programming language!
And code every day! This will help you practice!
And most importantly, dont give up! Again!
Coding is easy to learn, but hard to master.
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