Cool project! Glad you found a use for it.
Cool! I was hoping somebody would find a use for it! Thanks for mentioning me for the original API. This is a cool and useful project, take an upvote.
Hey! The requests module basically opens up a webpage and gathers data from it. My first result when I searched for a doc can be found at Requests: HTTP For Humans
The API itself uses similar modules as well. Glad you liked the project, and if you have any other questions, please ask me.
that code doesn't make logical sense. the position of the break does not make any sense. With some editing, I think I made it work like you wanted it to:
import spellcheck feeling = input("Hi, how are you feeling today? ") feeling = feeling.lower() goodfeel = 'cheerful contented delighted ecstatic elated glad joyful joyous jubilant lively merry overjoyed peaceful pleasant pleased thrilled upbeat'.split() if feeling in goodfeel: print('Cool...') else: meant = spellcheck.comp_list(feeling, goodfeel, minsim=0.4) print('Did you mean:', ', '.join(meant))
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Sorry that i already answered but it turns out i was wrong. The problem lies somewhere in your multi line strings you use as comments. If you delete those, the function works. Check your indentation in there.
You would have to use
float(). An integer is a whole number, so it cannot have a decimal point, and the
int() would not work. And by the way,
int() is not actually a function. It is a class, pre-defined by python.
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Now it teaches you all of the basics of python. If anybody wants me to add more, comment below please. Thank you!
That would actually be really cool. The replit team should allow you to make your own, custom 404 pages.
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Hurray! I posted 4 posts before anybody put a single one.
Best part: Multiplayer, Talk (Other than the point of the web site, these are the best extra parts)
New Features: Persistent multiplayer, subscribing to people, and better file writing!