Jaden Garcia

@JadenGarcia (39)
Rapid learner & true coding god.
All your Code Snippets compiled into One
posted to Share by SpicedSpices

@DynamicSquid What!? With C++ you can do some of the coolest stuff you've ever seen, do you know what runs this whole world? C and C++. JavaScript runtimes? C++. browsers? C++. HTTP Servers? C. Your computer was probably developed in either C or C++! Game development ex: Unity? C++. If you doubt C++, you have a lot to learn :).

How to make a search bar!
posted to Tutorials by Minikeyboard

How about a Repl showcasing the code all put together so we could see it in action?

What is Your Programming Lanugage? :)
posted to Ask by yasin213

@Highwayman For once, I didn't think of decltype, but otherwise you can't deduce, but it's better than nothing.

What is Your Programming Lanugage? :)
posted to Ask by yasin213

@Highwayman I had to find you're most recent post to message you, since Repl lacks a native DM system. After hours of research I finally figured out how to use default parameters in lambdas...

auto f = [](auto ...args)
{
    `datatype` myArray[] = {args...};
}; //arrays can't be type auto, so you need to know what type you want
How to access the virtual file system that Repl generates when someone opens a Repl
posted to Ask by JadenGarcia

@NoelBryan Oh I forgot, you have to jailbreak to get root access on IOS devices. Android requires rooting too.

Can I get CSS to pick a random font?
posted to Ask by NotDotu

@NotDotu Hopefully XHTML is supported by Repl, within a reasonable time.

I feel very behind in my knowledge of programming. Help?
posted to Ask by Eleamonthe

Whenever you want to learn something, I'd recommend leveraging the internet to assist you in your learning. Also, some things are far easier depending on your preferred language, for example, one of hte thing you mentioned were "servers," I'm assuming you're referring to web servers. Creating a web server in JavaScript is incredibly easy in PHP or Node JavaScript, whereas uising C++ to create a server will be anything but easy, although it may have significantly higher performance. Machine learning is possible in any language, as I've encountered a machine learning program in C++ here on Repl, and I've heard of it being done in Python. Both are practical, but the performance and complexity of the code will both have a significant gap.

Can I get CSS to pick a random font?
posted to Ask by NotDotu

@NotDotu Everything within the file must be within the <html/> tags, or it will not work properly, stricter document types, like XHTML (Plz upvote this XHTML request on Repl.it plz!) will throw an error if anything is outside the HTML tags that isn't a comment or space.

Can we make a new Programming Language
posted to Ask

@CaptainAnon What about assembly?

Can you get all 7 questions on The World's Easiest Test?
posted to Share

@Lizzie126 You have all 5, why can't you use them? I'm in the middle of redesigning the range system you built to show all gifs.

Can you get all 7 questions on The World's Easiest Test?
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@Lizzie126 Found your problem: you used if(question4 === "Tuna"&&"tuna"), this evaluates the ===, so, if this is false, then the if statement evaluates to false, if it is true, then it looks at the logical "and," && and the if statement evaluates to "tuna", that is not what you want at all.
Use this:
if(question4 === "Tuna" && question4 === "tuna")
This compares the value of question4 against both, "Tuna," and "tuna."

Can you get all 7 questions on The World's Easiest Test?
posted to Share

@Lizzie126 Not sure if margin-left can have a value of left, maybe 0?

Can you get all 7 questions on The World's Easiest Test?
posted to Share

@Lizzie126 I'll look at it and see how to make it work, I'll find a solution soon.

Can you get all 7 questions on The World's Easiest Test?
posted to Share

In your CSS, under#quiz, you wrote, margin-left: left, was that an accident?

Can you get all 7 questions on The World's Easiest Test?
posted to Share

@Lizzie126 Now it won't accept the answer is you try a capital though, maybe use if(question4 === "Tuna" || question4 === "tuna")

Can you get all 7 questions on The World's Easiest Test?
posted to Share

@Lizzie126 That was an example, /tuna/i.test(YourStringHere), I believe you'd put that in your if statement, instead of val===val

Can you get all 7 questions on The World's Easiest Test?
posted to Share

@Lizzie126 Maybe you should math using regular expressions using the case-insensitive flag. /tuna/i.exec("UserInputWithCapitalTuna!").

I was literally working on JavaScript when you replied too! https://repl.it/@JadenGarcia/Memoization

Can you get all 7 questions on The World's Easiest Test?
posted to Share

Only 5 right, didn't use capital T or tuna and F for fire.

The most complicated "hello world" program in a single line
posted to Share by MarcusWeinberger

Generally, it's supposed to be "Hello world!", so it's missing a capital H, and an exclamation mark, "!"

Why am I Getting an Illegal Signature Function Call Within JavaScript?
posted to Ask by JadenGarcia

@fuzzyastrocat And it appears that browser support for i64 => BigInt isn't that great.. thank you for your time! Now to do some wacky stuff with this.

Why am I Getting an Illegal Signature Function Call Within JavaScript?
posted to Ask by JadenGarcia

@fuzzyastrocat Thank you for acknowledging the problem at hand, I can try changing it, but from I know, i64s are supposed to map directly to JavaScript BigInts, and it appears that Firefox handles it properly.

Why am I Getting an Illegal Signature Function Call Within JavaScript?
posted to Ask by JadenGarcia

@PattanAhmed RIP, I guess this error will just have to be left open until someone familiar with this comes along. But thank you for your time.

Why am I Getting an Illegal Signature Function Call Within JavaScript?
posted to Ask by JadenGarcia

@PattanAhmed Technically the primary problem I came asking about is still unresolved, if anything, due to browser cross-copatability.

Why am I Getting an Illegal Signature Function Call Within JavaScript?
posted to Ask by JadenGarcia

@Coder100 Oh, I was just moving stuff around, refresh it, calling main is the error, yet it's a valid function.

Why am I Getting an Illegal Signature Function Call Within JavaScript?
posted to Ask by JadenGarcia

@Coder100 Still the illegal signature, do you get an error now that it was updated?

Why am I Getting an Illegal Signature Function Call Within JavaScript?
posted to Ask by JadenGarcia

@PattanAhmed Dang, it worked flawlessly... now how do we get rid of this signature error :/ .