Mine is probably this one. It's not much, but it was used for my first ever entry in one of the Repl contests, specifically the tutorial one.
Nice Tutorial. I haven't gone through the whole thing in-depth, but I liked it. It reminds me of a CGP Grey video where he talks that same basic topic, but on a much more generalized level, so it was cool to see some of the technical aspect of it.
I do have one question though, you mention downloading the X.in, y.in, W1.in and W2.in files, but where do these files come from/are these files able to just be copied and pasted like some of the other code?
I'd spend about $500 or so on a Nintendo Switch, games, and accessories. Every cent besides that would go into savings.
Got the first update done on my submission, please check it out!
@Nanowrimoijk For choosing the rarity, the options are these: (Rare, Very Rare, Import, Exotic, Black Market) Everything else will ask for Y for Yes or N for No, a number or Any. Any words, or the Y/N answer, need to be capitalized for the code to run properly, so that's probably why the error occurred.
Update: I got the product finished now. You are now able to use all three options given as well as pick which team you want to represent, while the computer will pick from one of the other 31 teams at random. Again, any feedback on this project would be much appreciated.
@HarperframeInc I actually had a similar problem yesterday, but it seemed to solve itself. I’d suggest maybe reloading the page and/or waiting 10 minutes or so to see if it is working again.
If that doesn’t work I’m not sure what to do from there.
@timmy_i_chen Thank you for reading my tutorial, and thanks for that info. I had been just indenting each line of code, but what you suggested seems much easier. I updated my post and it looks so much better now, so again thank you.