Congrats winners! Those are some awesome games you guys made.
Very cool idea. Not as good implementation in my personal opinion.
Suppose, I already have a github repo and already have a repl too. Now I want to merge the 2, any options for that?
There is no "best" programming language. There are too many variables to fill in to get the "best in your opinion", but there is no "best in everything" language.
Will you be adding the ability to create custom themes to the editor? I mean, officially, without having to install extensions.
I can confirm that this is more than true. Also the reason I've found out for computer science not being taken seriously is how most parents in India don't value computers. Most of them treat technology like drugs, and moreover, computer science in India is taught only in the last two years, and in those years everyone aspiring to be an engineer here just starts focusing on getting into the IIT(Indian institute of technology) and with it comes the intense competition due to India's large population which makes almost every student put aside their hobbies and focus only on the three subjects that are there in the entrance exams for IIT, that is maths, physics and chemistry. Most of them even forget about the importance of language. And then there's the teachers and the education system which emphasize that technology cannot be put to good use by students and they should stay away from computers and mobile phones. And that's why it's not taken seriously in India.
For indenting multiple lines of text at once, select all the lines you want to indent and press the
Tab key on your keyboard.
Files in a repl save automatically, if you look beside the file name in the editor, you'll see status like
Cycles are repl.it's karma points. In simpler words - they're the total number of upvotes your comments/posts have on repl talk. You also get 5 cycles for best answer to questions in repl talk's ask board. (Mark this is the correct answer and refresh the page to see it in effect)
For that you would need to use build tools such as maven or Gradle. Unfortunately, repl.it doesn't support any of them yet. Hopefully, they might add them in the near future. But till then you won't be able to do it.
@robmuh I agree with you although if you look closely at the title, it's clearly specified that this is a guide to "Repl.it Talk Markdown" meaning the practices shown here can be used and will work properly in repl.it, the post never says anything about other markdowns making your comment's 2nd to 5th paragraphs along with the 7th one meaningless. ( I was short of words here don't mean to offend or anything.)
You should really post more meaningful questions, like what language are you using, where have you seen the append function etc. Remember repl.it is a special platform for many languages not just python so be more specific. Now I'm assuming you're using python and the
.append() function is used on list.
Let's suppose you have a list named
l which is basically
[5, 8, 9]. Just suppose, it can be anything.
Now if you do
l.append(7) it becomes
[5, 8, 9, 7].
Well the function does return a value but you need to store it inside a variable. Return doesn't log a value in the console. It returns a value that can be stored in a variable for later use.
For example: -
let sum = adder(num1, num2);
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If you have a repl that contains the code, make sure it's public, and the
repl.co link that you see in the top right part of the window is where anyone can view you website, If you have your own domain then it can also be set, just click on the small
pencil-like button and you should see an option to set your own domain there.
Sign out, clear your browser's cache and login again and then run it.
What is the limit for the storage space per repl?
Also, are there any plans for vue/nuxt in near future?
1. You were on the server, I remember very well you being there and so do many helpers. You were banned from the server due to being underage.
The issue is that repl.it runs the code from the
Main.java file and it only has the code to print
Hello World to the console. If you need to run some piece of code, you need to make sure it's in the main file and not in some other file. Of course you can import from other files into the main file but the
main function of the
Main.java file will be executed. Not the main function of some other file.
It just means assigning values to the variables using the assignment operator(
that just means.
let that; that = blah;
Please mark this as the correct answer if it helps.