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BearCoder01

It is a cool loading screen.

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Baconman321

You make a loading screen and get 100 upvotes, I made a 3 month long ~3000 line project and got... 20

Oh well, nicely done man! I love how creative people are and instead of using an actual window interface instead just use the writing to and clearing of the console to make animations!

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JBloves27

Yeah, its kinda depressing how ReplTalk works 😔 @Baconman321

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BearCoder01

@Baconman321 Thanks!

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IroncladDev

@Baconman321 thank the eight-year-olds.

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BearCoder01
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Mohamed-BaraaBa

@Baconman321 ¸i mean,do u atleast know how to code kiddo

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Baconman321

@Mohamed-BaraaBa Define "know how to code" (no I am totally not doing this because I don't know how to otherwise respond to this answer).

If you define it as "knowing computer coding in general", then no I do not as there are so many languages to learn and so much to learn about them. If you define it as the minimal "know how to do a hello world in this language", or just knowing the basics... well I mean I guess I should be happy for that, but so many people know how to do that or can easily do that. It's better to know well how to code, because if you just "know how to code" (assuming the latter of which I gave as possibilities for the definition), then it isn't gonna get you anywhere.

And, I'd rather have admiration for my works, because if I make code that does nothing for anyone (excluding myself, unless it is a self-oriented project) then I might as well have not coded anything at all.

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BearCoder01

@Mohamed-BaraaBa Sure he knows!

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matthyno

@Baconman321 20? bruh i have a 4102-line 7-month-long operating system and got 4 updoots.

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matthyno

@cjmatthy09 well if you count the barely-working garbage prototype that SOMEHOW got 29 upvotes without even being compiled at runtime you'd get 33 but you have 31 on that project rn.

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TheBestTaran

@Baconman321 I made an 8 month one working 1 - 1.5 hr a day....................

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Baconman321

@TheBestTaran I spent 2-3 whole days over MEA last year working ~8 hours a day on mine. Then I basically went a couple of months barely working on it at all.

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MartiaForoud

@cjmatthy09 who the heck said operating systems are needed? we already have the main 3

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Baconman321

@MartiaForoud But it's fun. It also gives you more in-depth knowledge that you may need when working on system engineering.

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DragonProgrammer

@Baconman321 what is the 3000 line project called?

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Baconman321

@POWERMAN101 It's called [Stargaze] (https://replit.com/talk/share/Stargaze-ALMOST-3000-LINES-100-cycles-project/81745?order=votes) (not an ad mods, I swear).

It's really inefficient, so one of these days I'm hoping to remake it using canvas :)

If I do, I might just take out the constellation drawing, though.

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BearCoder01

@Baconman321 I think because there are now more young inexperienced programmers, so?

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unadjusted

@Baconman321 ur mad lol

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Baconman321

@unadjusted Nope, just confused,

But hey, that's just how fame works :/

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BearCoder01

@Baconman321 And you made a simple reaction and got 48 upvotes

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Baconman321

@BearCoder01 ...waitwht?!

Oh yeah btw another funny thing, I simply forked this dude's (popular) repl, edited it to be more efficient (the unclickable button repl) and uploaded it. It got like 100+ upvotes, and what's more is that people actually got around it (duh, kinda ez tbh). I mean, at least I put effort into that, although it was more or less live-updates - that is, fixing it as people found out how to work around my methods.

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BearCoder01

@Baconman321 No i mean this post you did on this repl got 48 upvotes not you repl

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Baconman321

@BearCoder01 Yeah, I was relating other times I got upvotes for basically nothing.

I once responded on an off-topic post telling the person that it was off-topic and I got ~20 upvotes (the topic was deleted tho).

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BearCoder01

@Baconman321 You lucky boy

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Baconman321

@BearCoder01 Actually, no. It is quite easy, just find a popular post and make something that people find enjoying. The real problem is making your own original post popular in the first place!

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PYer

I disagree that time spent and amount written deserve more upvotes. The way our economic system works, its those with the ideas that people like and that people find entertaining or useful that produce money, not those that necessarily have had the most thought put into them. @Baconman321 If you're simply coding for upvotes, you'll have to change the way you aproach it. If your coding for yourself or something else, than you shouldn't care about the upvotes.

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DynamicSquid

@cjmatthy09 It has 5 now :) It's super super cool!

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matthyno
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matthyno

@MartiaForoud that is such a dumb argument. sure, you may not NEED it, but there are hundreds upon hundreds of operating systems with good usages, I am still working on mine however.

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Baconman321

@PYer yeah, I know. It's not self-centered, it's the other way around, especially when it comes to economy. However, it might also be the lack of even distribution of content. Replit always goes to the hot posts instead of the new, as if to only encourage the already popular. We should encourage attention to new content. The same goes with other popular social media and media websites, like Youtube, Twitter, Facebook, the list could go on - they all want to retain longer site interaction, so they find the ones that are most likely to keep them on - content that is already shown to have large affection, AKA popular content.

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Baconman321

@cjmatthy09 Plus, if we only use one operating system and most people forget how to make their own or how it works, then we can't improve much, can we?

If you don't use it, you lose it. That is why we need people to practice making their own OSes and looking at open source OSes, like Linux systems.

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TSelden

@Baconman321 LUTS GO CANVAS

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TSelden

@Baconman321 You said you were going to use canvas.... and canvas is great...

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Baconman321

@TSelden Oh, yeah. Using canvas is probably best anyways, I couldn't imagine the lag that comes with a game using html elements for characters XD

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JustinSun4

@LeviathanCoding ayyyyy its you i love ur code :D also yes i do agree but imo its usually the 9 year olds kekw

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PYer

Good point. @Baconman321

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ruiwenge2

lol u got 55 for this comment @Baconman321

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Baconman321

@ruiwenge2 Da hek?!

Well, at least I know I have motivational talent :D

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LunaTea

@Baconman321 a good example of this is CryptoClicker (not advertising), i made it in my physics class to show my friend how easy it was to add to a variable, and after adding a few other things i uploaded it, it got a HUGE surge of popularity, over 200 upvotes iirc, it shows how something simple can draw attention.

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Baconman321

@LunaTea Yep. Although simple in terms of popularity can vary. Generally simplicity in terms of appeal is greatly multiplied in terms of effort needed to produce it. After all, coding is very instructional. You can't say "make me coffee", which in normal standards is quite simple, you have to say "create map of structure, locate coffee maker, map a path to the coffee maker relative to your position" and so on. Even that is too simplistic, as you need to write code to identify objects, work with collision simulations, and then write code to stabilize the robot (assuming it is humanoid and a biped) and also to rotate the extruding limbs to operate the coffee maker. Don't even get me started on identifying how to intake info on operating the coffee maker, as it varies between models and manufacturers.

As you can see, something that would normally be referred to as simple can become an almost impossible nightmare (as far as I know very few if not none can make coffee in a way humans can, assuming that they have to do it in the normal way of using an external coffee maker and not have one built-in).

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LunaTea

@Baconman321 Definitely! But honestly, thats part of the beauty of programming, it goes to show how us as humans function, because deep down, don't we follow those same instructions?

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Baconman321

@LunaTea Yep!

I mean, one could argue that we do those implicitly as our neurons work, but how we handle our programming is much different than the binary of computers, or at the least it is so much more complex.

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LunaTea

@Baconman321 And that argument would be true, but then, aren't neurons part of us as humans? And if so, wouldn't that make it even cooler how a network of something as small as a neuron can handle such complicated tasks, and with such ease!

And yeah, having dove into binary and lower level languages (Assembly) it is so cool to watch how something like print("hello world") translates to like twenty lines of assembly code, and even more assembly, its what makes programming so fascinating!

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Baconman321

@LunaTea I haven't gone into assembly quite yet, as I am not too familiar with concepts (and I'm too lazy).

The sheer amount of neurons on our brain is likely why we have so much computation power. Our brain runs at a very low frequency (I heard about 60hz), yet it is our concurrency that makes us insanely fast and efficient in our computations.

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LunaTea

@Baconman321 I would recommend not doing it if you do not have a reason to.

Yeah definitely! Again, thats why its so fascinating to think of, it's how amazingly all these small things can work together so well.

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BearCoder01

@Baconman321 Alomost 60 Upvotes lets get THIS Your post to a 100 upvotes

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TanjiBrox

angry bacon @Baconman321

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Battledash2

Who are you calling kiddo? I assume yourself with that 'kiddo' grammar. I don't know any people with over 1 iq who use 'kiddo' @Mohamed-BaraaBa

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NoobNotFound

@Baconman321 the sheer amount of comments talking about all kinds of stuff is just crazy

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Baconman321

@NoobNotFound I take no responsibility for any offensive or otherwise disruptive comments that arise from other people's stupidity and/or lack of self-control XD

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krab-cake

@Baconman321 who asked

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Baconman321

@krab-cake Seriously? You come into a conversation involving multiple people with "who asked"?

What has this generation turned into?

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HyperAlternative

@Baconman321 i made a 3k line repl and got 1.9k likes so far

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HyperAlternative

@Baconman321 lol this is so old now

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BadAsh

There is some strange flickering of the program window that happens for me about halfway through the runtime, I'm not sure if its just my computer though.

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mitnic

@BadAsh read the code, it's because the console is being cleared

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Izl0

I cant see anything wrong with it honestly but it also may be becuase of the amount of hz your monitor has! If its a lot then yes thats the problem but if it isnt then it will run smoothly because the program runs at a different hz then what some higher hz monitors may run. But other then that i dont know. @BadAsh

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EthanMartin223

@Izl0 Its not due to Hz, its how python prints to stdout. As it is one of the slowest functions in python, the lag can be due to backlog from the system trying to print previous lines of output.

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Izl0

I figured out what it was its not HZ sorry for my confusion but i found that it was because the time.sleep(0.065) was the problem I put it to time.sleep(0.1) and it stopped stuttering. Sorry again in advance @EthanMartin223 !

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alyssa32

@BadAsh maybe its a glitch, or just a special animation he added?

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Simple21

@BadAsh same but it seems to be intentional.

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BearCoder01

@Simple21 I Fixed it!

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VulcanWM

This is amazing!

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awesomecds7

@VulcanWM arent you a admin on replit?

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BearCoder01

@awesomecds7 No he is not, he is just very famous in repl.

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VulcanWM

yeah also my I’m a she @BearCoder01

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VulcanWM

If I was admin I’d have the star next to my name @awesomecds7

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awesomecds7

@VulcanWM oh and would you like to join my python css,js and html group called codersof7?

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VulcanWM

What are you going to make in it? @awesomecds7

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awesomecds7

@VulcanWM HTML,CSS,JS,python
we are currently working on a portfolio template with html and css [We are making our own template!]

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VulcanWM

rip I’m rlly bad at css @awesomecds7

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firefish

@awesomecds7 is advertising like... not allowed?

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Baconman321

@firefish Depends, is recruiting considered advertising?

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Baconman321

@VulcanWM I know CSS, and I'm not bad at it (or at least, not terrible at it)... but my creativity is through the floor and locked in a cell at the corner of the dark basement in the horror house called my mind.

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firefish

@Baconman321 id think so

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huhelena8

it always happens lol everyone thinks ur a guy- @VulcanWM

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VulcanWM

ikr- wifey why u stalking me? @huhelena8

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VulcanWM

Adonis is my kid now and we’re the average asian family :)
im gonna adopt kari too :) @huhelena8

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huhelena8

uHhhUhUH ITS CALLED IM CHECKING TRENDING uM @VulcanWM

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huhelena8

OMG RLLY SKSKAD WE LOVE THE AVERAGE ASIAN FAMILY @VulcanWM

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VulcanWM

OH-
YES WE DO @huhelena8

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PixiGem

@Baconman321 is right
this is a really creative animation!
but yeah
I SPENT 2 weeks CREATING AN IMAGE EDITING APP, first hosting the MAIN image editing API in Github (400+ lines) and then make repl using my API, the repl contains basic js but the API is the thing where all my work goes...
2 weeks of hard work! where most of the time I spent for CSS! Struggled through harm, just to touch a dreeeammmm DIDNT SLEEP A NIGHT JUST TO FIGURE OUT AND LEARN BOOTSRAP
All that... for 5 updoots?

BRUH

I'm so underrated :((

I get more upvotes for repls which are meant to be just an example of github repo which I randomly found (Matter.js)
I created a simple repl with 10 lines of code and got 50+ UPDOOOTS LMAOOO

that is the reason I'm not posting any posts since more than 2 months I think

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ifiam

@PixiGem fr, on Replit no one will actually sit down and use an app you create, only projects like these with close to no effort get on the top.

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PixiGem

@ifiam ur the guy, the chap who says the truth, THE REAL MAN.
And also, I'm not complaining this project is low effort, it's really "COOL".
Upvotes mean nothing;
I just want people to see my project, rate my project, and give suggestions so that I can improve my skills.

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EthanMartin223

Original 1.48 KB - Golfed 893 B

import time;import random;print('\033[?25l',end='');e='\033';s=f"{e}[1m{e}[38;2;255;0;0m__{e}[0m";w=["Toad Gathers Information","Toad Unpacking information","Toad Indexing Place","Toad Writing Files","Toad Activating Program"];l=["_" for i in range(24)];x=lambda:print("\033c",end="") def h(j,i):global l;l[i]=s;print(f"{e}[48;2;255;50;75m{' '*13}{e}[1mLOADING{' '*13}{e}[0m\n\nStatus [{e}[93m{j+1}{e}[0m - {e}[93m{len(w)}{e}[0m]\n{e}[1m{w[j]}{e}[0m\n{e}[1m{''.join(l)}{e}[0m\n\n{e}[48;2;255;50;75m{' '*13}{e}[1mLOADING{' '*13}{e}[0m");l[i]=f"{e}[0m_{e}[0m";time.sleep(.065);x() [[[h(j,i)for i in range(len(l))]for c in range(random.randint(3,7))]for j in range(len(w))];x();print(f"{e}[48;2;50;255;75m{' '*15}{e}[1mDONE{' '*14}{e}[0m\n\nStatus [{e}[38;2;0;255;0m5{e}[0m - {e}[38;2;0;255;0m{len(w)}{e}[0m]\n\n{e}[48;2;50;255;75m{' '*15}{e}[1mDONE{' '*14}{e}[0m");input("\n\n\t[ENTER] >");x()
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InvisibleOne

You could make that a lot smaller if you put the colors in variables instead of writing them out a ton of times. @EthanMartin223

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DynamicSquid

This is a cool loading screen!

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BearCoder01
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rflmrrs

ebic momen tpo

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THE1FIREHAWK

you can fix the flickering by storing everything in one string and only using one print statement to print the whole screen. Just join together all the ones you currently use and put a \n between them.

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BearCoder01

@THE1FIREHAWK It works Thanks!

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tussiez

That is a cool loading screen, yes.

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adithyaprojects

Its really good,but in step3 it lags like anything

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dandeliii

what a cool loading screen

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RishiMohanty

COOL

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Carnage498

cool

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P0GCHAMPB0i

cool!

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ChrystianVelez

wertyuio

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A2Trappyz

I love china too crealys drilla

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CrealysDrilla

i love china

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miopsenica10

👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

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AdhenFakboy

Gua kangen Ama luh

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AProgrammerDude

it won't stop loading

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Ultrox

Good job!

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MisterGuy2013

cool

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ZioBaitul4REAL

your code is bug, ik how to fic this :(

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BearCoder01
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ZioBaitul4REAL
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MaximilianMeier

#Befehle

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MaximilianMeier

/ Start

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NinjaCoderTech

its cool

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alyssa32

THAT WAS EPIC LMAO

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RedFireWa

This is really cool

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sojs

the toad is done

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P0GCHAMPB0i

ayyyyyy suppppppppppppa coool!