Daniel Baldwin

@FuyuWinter (1) • New Forest School
I like programming in Python, HTML, PHP and CSS although I am still learning those last 3 languages I am very good at python if I want to be
Tic-Tac-Toe
posted to Share by CyanCoding

@microwither: No problem I hope you make more games like this :)

Tic-Tac-Toe
posted to Share by CyanCoding

I beat impossible mode without an issue lol. Though it is a good game

Tic-Tac-Toe
posted to Share by CyanCoding

I found a bug for you to fix :) I accidentally pressed a key that was not a number on impossible mode and it started spamming saying its not a number instead saying it once

Brute Force Password Cracker
posted to Share by CyanCoding

@waleed0049: Dude I doubt anyone will help you. Hacking someone without permission is Illegal and nobody here will tell you otherwise

Brute Force Password Cracker
posted to Share by CyanCoding

@sie: Don't you dare say this does not work it works perfectly fine

Brute Force Password Cracker
posted to Share by CyanCoding

@hakxy: step 4 is not needed as a I know a free decrypter for md5 online works with anything all the rest are right though

Brute Force Password Cracker
posted to Share by CyanCoding

@hakxy: xD

Dice Roller
posted to Share by LightninMcQuade

@thecoiledviper: Not a scrub but ok

Dice Roller
posted to Share by LightninMcQuade

@thecoiledviper: By the way, why are you saying "our project" pretty sure you did not help code the dice roller with @QuadeG1

Dice Roller
posted to Share by LightninMcQuade

@thecoiledviper: Just one issue he made this 4 months ago, you apparently made that 3 days ago mm ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

Dice Roller
posted to Share by LightninMcQuade

@glendog I agree but I still like code clean and as short as possible, BUT that is my opinion

Dice Roller
posted to Share by LightninMcQuade

@thecoiledviper: Seems cool

Dice Roller
posted to Share by LightninMcQuade

why is it 37 lines long? I replicated your dice and I managed to make it 11 lines long

Forum (internet connected)
posted to Share by pyelias

May you throw a few networking tutorials my way please ? XD

Timer
posted to Share by Charlie01

Try this in Python 2:
import time

timer = input("Time(S): ")

timeout = time.time() + 1 * timer

while True:
if time.time() > timeout:
print("Finished")
break
with this you can use a timer without affecting anything else

Timer
posted to Share by Charlie01
Timer (Up to Millenniums!!)
posted to Share by Gotcha

dude why does anyone need a timer up to millenniums they wont even live up to that

Py2.7 UDP IP Pinger
posted to Share by FuyuWinter

@haltosan: What information is it you are looking for it to give you? and ill try adding it

Py2.7 UDP IP Pinger
posted to Share by FuyuWinter

@haltosan: Sounds good I will see what I can do but I cant promise anything