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Canvas And Python Must Stop...

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matthewproskils

We have seen many Canvas games and Python games and Python animations. I myself displease of it, but if you find it fun, you may continue. I am just saying that you should stop doing things for cycles, and try new things. Python console games and animations will get you nowhere, and canvas games are also not that helpful. Think. Where will canvas games lead? python turtle? I am just stating that you should learn different things.

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DanielDe111
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zh24eric

disagree. python is best!

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matthewproskils

@zh24eric
Yes. But not for ascii art

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zh24eric

@matthewproskils
I don't care about that rubbish

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Bookie0

um why post this on tutorials? also i think that if some people like making these kinds of repls, they can continue if they want. but its equally important to move on and learn new things. also when you say that python console gams and animations will get you nowhere, thats not entirely true. I myself have learn a lot by practicing and making new games, and i have learnt new keywords/functions of the python language. And also, games in python are largly in console. They can be simple mad libs programs, or text based adventure games, but also more complex ones like 2048 or typing speeders. So since you can make many different things of different levels, then I guess making console games are good. besides, you learn how to make games and adapt to make them work only in console.

so thats why i kinda disagree with you saying that they wont get you nowehere

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matthewproskils

@Bookie0
Well, this is a debatable subject depending on what you do with your posts. Some people do it for the cycles (like people started doing canvas games after my canvas catcher game blew up), and some people do it for fun.

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Bookie0

@matthewproskils
well you dont have to post repls you make

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matthewproskils

@Bookie0
Yeah, i just don't like the people who post just for cycles

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DEMONul1234

Meh, not entirely true, but you have a valid point there. It also makes my brain numb when I see another calculator 'app', but it's better for beginners to focus on easy stuff and move towards the harder ones later. It also depends on what you mean by 'harder'. For instance, one can have a vast knowledge of pygame but he/she may have no idea what a turtle is, and another one may be good at astroid module. You know what I mean. If they don't learn the easy stuff, how come they'd understand expert-level coding?

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matthewproskils

@DEMONul1234
Yeah. The problem is beginners don't know HOW to move on