Beep Boop?

@Zavexeon (306) • Currently Programming: Skynet
Succumb to your robot overlords.
Student access to the "talk" feature
posted to Ask by echase

Could you possibly block the route and leave the rest of open?

posted to Share by JacobRogers

@TheImagin33r You are correct, comrade! The title of this game is a disgrace to the motherland!

Hosting a Discord bot on Repl
posted to Ask by Kiansjet

Yes, you can using uptimerobot, like @Vandesm14 and @ash15khng said. I'll give you step by step instructions. Please note that your repl will need a front end (an HTML page).

  1. ) Create an account at
  2. ) Login and go to your dashboard on uptimerobot
  3. ) Click "Add New Monitor"
  4. ) In the menu that pops up, set monitor type as "HTTP(S)", give it a friendly name (can be anything you want), and set the URL as the link to the front end (the one).
  5. ) Set the monitoring time to 30 minutes or less.
  6. ) Click "Create Monitor" at the end of the form.
New and improved Multiplayer launching Thursday 8/29
posted to Announcements by amasad

@eaz Something like this:

posted to Ask by KaysenMcElroy

What is the problem?

⚡️DEVELOPER SPOTLIGHT #02:⚡️simontiger
posted to Announcements by katyadee

This kid makes me feel stupid lol.

$ dev spotlight12.p6: DOLLAR SIGNS WILL NOT KILL YOU. Preaching the good word of Perl 6.
posted to Announcements by katyadee

Patiently waiting on my spotlight

Congrats on the spotlight!

Also after reading these, it makes me feel like everyone is more intelligent than me, lol. To be honest though, I'm much better as visualizing things and constructing them over writing programs. Which is probably why I'm the best builder on my robotics team... I guess we're all strong in our own ways. I just want to get better at programming.

✨✨Introduce Yourself! 👋 ✨✨
posted to Announcements by katyadee

Hi, I'm Zavexeon! But you can call me Kyle or Zave.

I'm a Ruby programmer, brought here to find a good online coding environment for it. Since then I've learned many different programming languages.

Rules for Posting - Read me!
posted to Share by timmy_i_chen

@ErrorRampage I feel like that would go under "Be kind and courteous".

posted to Announcements by katyadee

Oh wow. I missed most of these posts... they definitely deserved to win. :)

Congratulations guys and gals. (Or sentient robots if you're like me)

The Multiplayer Repl Challenge
posted to Ask by AzureScripts

@AzureScripts I like how I quote "Indiana Jones" and you quote "Toy Story".

WINNER ANNOUNCED: What would you do with $5,000?
posted to Announcements by katyadee

I would send a bribe to a Nigerian Prince to send $500,000 to my bank account (let's hope he's bad at math). Then I would use that $500,000 dollars to bribe an even richer Nigerian prince to send $5,000,000 to make bank account (hopefully he failed math class too).

After that is all done and said, I buy, and then proceed with my plan to take over the world.

Here's a sample of the email:

Recipient: [email protected]
CC: Fair trade?
Message body:
Excuse me good sir, I'm a great admirer. It would certainly make my day if you deposit $500,000 in my bank account. I will give you $5000 for your trouble.

Stay rich handsome,

Why can't we change our usernames?
posted to Ask by HarperframeInc

The site's staff can change it. Consider getting in contact with them.

My Personal Website
posted to Share

Nice simplicity.

I did make a slight modification to @malvoliothegood's version. I rounded the edges of the image. <== feel free to fork, it's your site, anyways :P

⚡️DEVELOPER SPOTLIGHT #01:⚡️yaboigraves
posted to Announcements by katyadee

I feel like @Kognise and the others behind the replit app should be next.

What language?
posted to Ask by mkhoi

Well, that's a tough choice

I'd probably go with Ruby.

posted to Share by SkyyCivil

@SkyyCivil NodeJS

posted to Share by SkyyCivil

This writes an "infinitely" long file of code.

var fs = require('fs'); 

var fileStream = fs.createWriteStream('infiniteJS.js');
let x = 0;

stream.once('open', function(fd) {
    while (true) {
        stream.write(`console.log('Line number ${x} of code.')`);
Flappy bird remake
posted to Share by lukel_lv

Okay, this is VERY glitchy for me. Cool idea, I like the retro, almost Atari like graphics... but the game is unplayable.

Handling Infinite Loops with Backpressure
posted to Announcements by amasad

When you're playing Terraria in Minecraft. staff appreciation post
posted to Share by SPQR

Yeah, I agree. They're very mellow and don't come across as condescending. :D

posted to Share by SkyyCivil

Hmm, I'm a tiny bit skeptic.

Clickable terminal
posted to Ask by ash15khng

I think this can be done in C++. I have no idea how, though.

@SPQR may know.

Project Ideas
posted to Ask by EthanCulp

@Vandesm14 How about, "Ping".

To those who saw my multiplayer challenge, please stop
posted to Ask by AzureScripts

Can't you just delete the repl?

The Multiplayer Repl Challenge
posted to Ask by AzureScripts

@AzureScripts Perhaps.

How do I code?
posted to Ask by obamasbbc

Well... you'd have to at least go through a few tutorials just to get a basic grasp of programming. That, or maybe read some programming books. I'd suggest tutorials though, simply because hands-on learning in programming is often better. I'd suggest doing a codecademy course in a language of your choosing to get a bare bones amount of programming knowledge, just the basics.

Or you could look through the language docs and figure out everything from there. Keep in mind this is VERY overwhelming and there's a lot of vocabulary and programming lingo you wouldn't understand, making it an extremely difficult - if not impossible - experience.

One feasible option is reading some articles on basic programming, learning some basic programming knowledge and vocab, and playing around with an IDE. Maybe check out some docs, look at other projects, etc.

But I'd highly suggest you do some tutorials too. It will make your life much easier and will streamline the experience, and after all, when it comes to programming, efficiency is key. Like I said above, doing at least one course in a language of your choice in codecademy is what I would suggest, just so you can get a basic grasp about programming.

Link to codecademy:

posted to Ask by KaysenMcElroy

@KaysenMcElroy That's unfortunate. Sorry, I can't really help with that. What I can do is suggest that maybe you do some independent learning.