Neil Chaudhury

@Neil_Chaudhury (9) • South Lake Middle School
Banking Simulator
posted to Share by AzureScripts

Yeah, ok lol there was this weird glitch where I put my location as Seattle, and it thought I said San Francisco.... I think you should specify that they need to type in a number, although that was probably just a mistake that no one else will make....

Banking Simulator
posted to Share by AzureScripts

@AzureScripts yes, the code looks off, you must have copy and pasted the if statements at the beginning of the game, but forgotten to switch them out. It's fine tho...

Game Tutorial: Canyon Runner


YAY. BEAT 9302

It's HACKTOBER
posted to Share by amasad

noice.

Python
posted to Ask by Unknown9102

You have to type in import replit at the top of your editor, and then you can use replit.clear()

👾We're hosting a Game Jam! 👾
posted to Share by katyadee

Do we have to make it on repl.it?

Tic-Tac-Toe
posted to Share by Neil_Chaudhury

@spybrave interesting.... I shall see to it...

Code
posted to Ask by JoshuaWilmsen

Ok, so at the moment, pygame is not supported on repl.it. To run your script you will have to use an ide on your computer. I suggest sublime text. Hope this helped.

Code
posted to Ask by JoshuaWilmsen

It just says to update pip to 18.0 or something most likely, so you don't have to worry about that.

Tic-Tac-Toe
posted to Share by Neil_Chaudhury

@fullern000 i didnt do thst bexause i wanted it to be easy for people to kind of visualize. For example, row 1 and place 2 is much easier to visualize than 1 or 7 on a board, at least for me. I am gonna make this with tkinter, so be ready for that

How to identify the metaphor (or simile ) "A is like B"?
posted to Ask by wanghh

One powerful python module I believe you can use for this is called re. Watch dome tutorials on youtube, as it is a bit complicated, but once got the module down, life will be a lot easier

NameError problem
posted to Ask by jasonpark

So the first error is a no module named pandas error. You can fix this be creating a file called requirements.txt and putting pandas in there. I apologize but I may not be able to help you much further with this, as my computer is weak and is having a hard time running your program

4.5. For: Sum of cubes
posted to Share by pole55

OK, so the first thing you need to do is change
for e in range(n) to for e in range(1, n+1)
This way, you're starting from 1 and ending at n.
Also, the for loop where you are going through lst could be simplified to a sum(statement),
eg. total = sum(lst)
Hope this helped you,
Neil
Btw, I forked your real and applied the above changes. here is my link > https://repl.it/@Neil_Chaudhury/45-For-Sum-of-cubes

👋✨Introduce yourself 🎉😀
posted to Announcements by amasad

@Janali_Sonic OOOOF.... MY DOPPELGANGER!!

👋✨Introduce yourself 🎉😀
posted to Announcements by amasad

I'm a human being named Neil. I like to do programming, and my specialties are Python 2 and a bit of Ruby. I like playing games like Batman: Arkham Origins, Geometry Dash(I have no life... I say this because I have over 70 hours on that game), and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. I have been working on a text based adventure in Python 2, and I often do the odd program, here and there. If anyone wants to do a program with me, I would be delighted! I am on Discord and Skype.
So excited to get to know you guys!
Neil