@eighty Damn, website pretty good, I'd like to get one myself, how did you get one and where do you pay :o
@eighty Hey, no worries on the late reply!
I understood what global means, thanks :)
and I also understood what try: and except mean.
Honestly it means a lot because these things that I have learned from you will actually help me make more small fun programs, if anything I'll hit you up on Repl.it, if possible could you give me your email so I can straight up email you codes or the python file or if you want privacy, I could give you my email so you can send me a message telling me its you.
If you want your email to be kept private it's all good too, I'll try to reach you from repl.it.
Anyways thanks a lot!
@eighty Thank you so much, this is actually very helpful.
Could you please answer these questions tho since I'm fairly new to coding
1)Could you please explain what global num1 does
2)why did you def num_prompt(), can I do it without defining it?
3) What does try: and, except do?
Lastly, the reason I put an input at the end to close the program is because when I put the program into my desktop and opened it without the editor, (Like I opened the program to straight up RUN it)
the program would run fine but at the end it closes instantly after printing the last code.
For example if I put print("Thank you") it would immediately close the program right after it prints the "thank you" and it wouldn't let the user see it, so I did it the input way so the user gets to see everything he did before he can close it on will.
Oh and also thank you for the .casefold, It's really helpful learning new things.
(Also if you got the extra time after responding, could you tell me how you edited your comment :p (Bold,italic,etc.)