Not at the moment, however don't worry! This feature is planned and being developed as we speak.
Looks awesome, maybe porting to Firefox next?
Thanks so much! While we do appreciate the positivity, Repl Talk Learn is for people to post things such as tutorials, which this isn't.
What an array, or list means, greatly depends on the language. Let's say we're talking about python. Lists are, lists, simple as that. But if someone says array, they could actually mean a list, and their just calling it that because they come from another language. Or, they actually are talking about arrays, and are most likely talking about
numpy.array. NumPy is a very popular module for doing complex math in python, and people that use numpy pretty much always use it's array class. I hope this helps clear up some confusion!
This is a great game! However it's had it's time under the sun. I hope everyone enjoyed this project, because I know I did! Anyways, I'll be unpinning this now, but that doesn't mean you can still find it! Thanks @ericqweinstein for this amazing game!
Python is a great language, but choose whatever you want! Each language has it's own advantages and disadvantages. If you like Python, go for it. But if you want to try any other languages, that's perfectly fine too.
Yes, and no. Yes you can create sockets, and they will behave normally. The problem with your code is that you're using gethostname. Replace that with
"0.0.0.0" which means it will bind to the computer, but be accessible externally. The reason I say no, is that whenever you open a socket and bind it to the repl, repl.it is tricked into thinking you started an HTTP server (A web server). It will then start requesting your website, which may cause issues with your code. It will also convert any request other people made to the repl into HTTP.
Remi is a library that acts like a GUI, and has similar syntax. However, it makes a website that have the GUI on it, instead of opening a window. This works great with repl.it! I should note, despite what the repository says, it doesn't work on firefox, however it's perfectly fine with chrome.
Sorry, but audio players of any kind are not support. Don't fret however, this is something that's planned and will be included eventually.
We would love to help! However the repl you provided doesnt have any code. If you comment a link to the repl you're using, we'd be glad to help you.
Interesting question! Do you think you could share the repl you want to automate, and what you want to automate?
You're running your code in a Python repl. If you move this to a PyGame repl, it should run just fine!
@ebest Good question. If you want to cite someone's repl, I'd suggest mentioning them and having that followed by the link to the repl. In my posts, I use markdown to turn my 1 sentence summaries into links.
Thanks for supporting repl.it! While repl.it does not offer anything to keep repls on, you can follow this tutorial to have your repls running 24/7 https://repl.it/talk/learn/How-to-use-and-setup-UptimeRobot/9003
You forgot to add end quotes to each option. It should be
['Short pass', 'Long Pass', 'Run']. Good luck on your project!
Sorry, but repl.it does not support sound at the moment. Sorry for the inconvenience. This feature is planned and will be added in time.
This is an issue with the
requests library you're using. the
content attribute is not a function, but bytes containing the website's response. But instead of passing
.content into BS4, you should instead use
.text which is a string. So it'd look like
soup = BeautifulSoup(results_page.text, 'html.parser')
Your IDE doesn't prevent you from learning important skills used in the work force, so by all means, continue with repl.it! If a work place requires a certain text editor or IDE then that's fine, but you'll still be able to use the skills you've gained from repl.it