Hi, I've unlisted this as it is just a few p tags.
The thing is really, is that it doesn't matter how many upvotes you are getting, it is just if you are happy with what you have coded. If you think what you have made is cool, then you share it so that you can show other people your cool project and then if someone else finds it cool. Then they upvote it so that other people can see what they think a is cool/fun/interesting project. The important bit, is that you are happy with the thing that you make, and if they don't see it, then that is their loss
C++ FULL Beginners Course.
This course is accelerated. Meaning it is meant for C#, C, Python, Java, etc. devs and will not teach you what a variable is for example.
Which one is it? You can't say it is a full beginners course if you don't teach beginners.
cactus squid lol
btw, increasing the voltage across a circuit doesn't cause it to short circuit lol
Pretty sure i already got 'em all.
Can't see an achievement for unlisting posts or resolving reports.....
nearly crashes my computer like all of you games (love 0.5 fps)
wow, you're not lying about the level of readability, lol
it is how I learnt to code
so, um why care about upvotes???
All that matters is if you enjoyed making it and are proud of it.
A content creater is someone that makes really good tutorials/content (e.g. @LizFoster for their cool pi stuff)
I believe to become a mod, you have to be a helper on discord (which you become by completing some google form) and then if you are really good at that, you might get asked to become a mod on repl talk.
I'm not completely sure about that one though
It is annoying if that is how you become a mod, because I do't really do discord. :(