189 lines of code just to say "Hello!"
The title says it all!
Thank you for all the support and comments! I really appreciate this.
So basically you just did the BrainF version of saying Hello World in Python
You have dedication
@JosephSanthosh Dedication? Have a look at this ggithub repo. Someone made a transpiler to C++, a transpiler could've taken an order of 5 minutes to make.
Bitky - Its just a sarcastic way to show that you aren't really clapping(as in appreciating), but still clapping lol
Bitky - i am getting desires to r/woosh you lol
If you really wanted to make something as long as possible, you could change
ascii_chars to this:
a1='' a2='' a3='' a4='' a5=' ' a6='a' a7='b' a8='c' a9='d' a10='e' a11='f' a12='g' a13='h' a14='i' a15='j' a16='k' #And so on ascii_chars = [a1,a2,a3,a4,a5,a6,a7,a8,a9,a10 #And so on....]
Me: ok, this took me 10 weeks, and 189 lines of code
Teacher: well what does it do?
Me: presses "Run"
Teacher: that's it?
Rest of class: smh
Nerds: I aprove!
Dumb jocks: why? just why?
Girls: that's exactly how long it takes for a guy to go out with me!
uterly hard, useless, and pointless to anything besides its own cause.
EDIT: why not try to make a typing effect next thats, like, 200 lines of code and make it say "Hello Repl.it" or something? (if this happens giv me some credit for the idea)