PIthon: A 100% free crowdsourced Pi host.
ebest

PIthon is a crowdsourced Pi calculator that runs with Python. It lets you use your Repl.it hacker plan for a cause (I don't have hacker plan. I hear hacker plan is faster then no hacker plan)! Just press the run button and input your username then how many digits you want to contribute and it will process! JUST DO IT (not plagiarism... right?). It's quick and easy to do. A question in the share section: Is there any way to hide the importing part where it imports the 5000 modules I use?

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I WANT CYCLES (votes)

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Yay! I was featured!

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10000 digits?!?!?!

-Ebest

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HappyFakeboulde

...it doesn't work...

ebest

@HappyFakeboulde Works fine right now...?

HappyFakeboulde

@ebest i'm pretty sure other users can't access your .env
even if they're just trying to open it using the program they're running that you wrote
try logging out of your account and run it

ebest

@HappyFakeboulde me = sad
Should work for now, just less secure

HappyFakeboulde

@ebest k good thanks

ebest

@HappyFakeboulde was the HappyFakeboulde supposed to be HappyFakeBoulder?

HappyFakeboulde

@ebest ...yeah
it still doesn't work btw

ebest

@HappyFakeboulde ok I'm stupid... Fixed.

ebest
HappyFakeboulde

@ebest hi what
also does it get slower the more digits are calculated or does it stay about the same

ebest

@HappyFakeboulde WHY DO YOU DO THIS TO ME you only added 1 ONE digit! rage

ebest

@HappyFakeboulde slower but at the beginning it takes a while to load some info

HappyFakeboulde

@ebest well yeah i was just testing it out i'll probably add more later

ebest

@HappyFakeboulde so it's like
t = 10t + 5000
in milliseconds
t being time

ebest
HappyFakeboulde

@ebest okay so that would be in just one session right
i'm asking like
if you do a session of 10 digits when 5000 digits have been calculated
would it take about the same amount of time as doing 10 digits when 2000 digits are done
or would it take longer

ebest

@HappyFakeboulde probably the same, but there may/may not be a small difference because every time it calculates a digit it has larger parameters to run on.

ebest

@HappyFakeboulde and one more thing:

ebest
HappyFakeboulde

@ebest if you call me w**fy i won't contribute to your calculating pi

ebest

@HappyFakeboulde oh well waify

I think it comes from your avatar which looks 2D

HappyFakeboulde

@ebest but how would a 2d avatar make people call me w**fy

ebest

@HappyFakeboulde wait

actually go ask the people who started this