FidgetDaHacker2 (6)

Fogelsville Elementary School
I like python.
Python Tutorial (not all)
posted to Tutorials

For the fourth example you could have used the

#eval() function like:
problem = input('ok so what problem is it\n') #use +,-,*,/,%,// and **
print('The Answer is: '+eval(problem)) #eval's parameter is a string.

so for an example input

ok so what problem is it
3+4**2
The Answer is: 19
Haha Rockets go BRRRRRR
posted to Share by DynamicSquid

oof me i watched the livestream for like 7hrs on wednesday when it was supposed to launch and so my mom didn't let me watch it on saturday

🐶Introduce yourself! 🐶
posted to Announcements by katyadee

I like coding in python. Thats mainly what i do due to the covid lockdown.

The Repl.it RPG
posted to Share by BryceMcIn

@BryceMcIn you should add a command that shows the commands in the game

The Repl.it RPG
posted to Share by BryceMcIn

That was good I really like that

Haha Rockets go BRRRRRR
posted to Share by DynamicSquid

@DynamicSquid you might need to go very far back bc the live stream is still going it says it started dec 2018 so like more than 1 whole year

OBLIVION
posted to Share by Bookie0

sorry i had caps lock still on

OBLIVION
posted to Share by Bookie0

@Makutunga SAME HERE

School Inc.
posted to Share by matthewproskils

@matthewproskils and you should make the screen clearing a function

import os
def cls():
  os.system('cls' if os.name == 'nt' else 'clear')
School Inc.
posted to Share by matthewproskils

@matthewproskils I like it, but add a teacher reaction

Submarine v1
posted to Share by ashrit_lv

hexagon or blob shape

Submarine v1
posted to Share by ashrit_lv

you should add sqarue windows on the submarine

Submarine v1
posted to Share by ashrit_lv

you should do

t.speed(0)

i relly like it

Why doesn't my while loop work?
posted to Ask by BraylanBB121

Maybe you need asyncio to do it

The Repl.it RPG
posted to Share by BryceMcIn

@FidgetDaHacker2 like the moving and interacting

2D Minecraft (Part Two: The background)
posted to Tutorials by gatorade322
#maybe:
import turtle
from random import randint
turts = []
colors = [(255, 255, 0),(0,255,0),(0,0,255),(50, 20, 20)]
wn = turtle.Screen()
wn.tracer(0,0)
for i in range(64):
  turts.append(turtle.Turtle())
  turts[i].speed(0)

for a in turts:
  a.fillcolor(colors[randint(0,3)])
  a.fill(True)
  for b in range(4):
    a.fd(100)
    a.rt(90)
  a.fill(False)
  a.update()
#and now make some pattern for where the turtles go
2D Minecraft (Part Two: The background)
posted to Tutorials by gatorade322

idk how, but you could just use like an array to make turtles maybe?

Connect Four
posted to Share by Trapdoorspyder

@BraylanBB121 or you could use ansi escape codes like
'\u001b[31m' for red and '\u001b[31m' for blue