@Tricksyz (7)
Quick Game I made
posted to Share by AshwinBose


The lottery!! (99% of people can't win) NOT CLICK BAIT
posted to Share by Daniel_Campos

hand the cash over

Need bad ideas
posted to Ask by TaylorLiang

Yell in public "Fortnite is better than Minecraft"

LOG-IN Page for website (GIVE ME NEW IDEAS?!)
posted to Share by securethebags

Interesting but can be very easy to crack. Not going to hate on you for that as everyone starts off that way but you should create some security, such as encoding every password in an MD5 and then encoding password input in MD5.

How to use a custom domain
posted to Learn by dotcomboom

@Coder100 Since CNAME doesn't support root domains, you will have to change the name in Freenom to www. Then, when you're linking the domain on, type in It should work then.

Halloween Challenge (1 day only!) 🎃🎃🎃
posted to Announcements by 21natzil

Not spooky but will help you if you're trading candy with friends.

A spooktacular adventure!
posted to Share by MrNym

This is very interesting! Little hint: it would be a bit more convenient if you added string.lower for those if statements so that they don't have to capitalize every word. For example:

import string # MAKE SURE YOU DO THIS! #

foo = input('Would you like to try this out? [Y/N] >>')
if string.lower(foo) == 'y':
  print('User said yes')
elif string.lower(foo) == 'n':
  print('User said no')
Login for Python
posted to Share by JordanDixon1

I made your login prompt more secure by encrypting your password in an MD5 and making uchoice so that it converts to MD5 and checks if the two hashes are the same.

How to use a custom domain
posted to Learn by dotcomboom

@Coder100 what do you mean it doesn't connect? Does the repl not load even with the default URL? Is it not detecting the CNAME record?