Anurag Gowda

@argthe1st (75) • Richard Montgomery High School
Hello! For those who attend school in Montgomery County, I made a grade veiwer/editer check it out: https://mymcpsplus.herokuapp.com/
Swing!
posted to Share by MatthewStirling

Honestly, I think that this is the best game in the competition right now!

Hack! - A text-based puzzle game
posted to Share by mrsprinkletoes

Great game!

Pacman
posted to Share by argthe1st

@PYer Yeah, I was going to add additional functionality such as the power pellet and score multipliers, cherries, etc. but Pygame is pretty outdated so I stopped working on this project

Tetris
posted to Share by smrsan761

This is a really good game!

Three Ways
posted to Share by Equation

@dleboulaire You have to use a third party module such as Tkinter or Pygame

Tofu - @coderash and @galamphin's game so far
posted to Share by coderash

@Galamphin Yeah, Bootsrap is just an open source 3rd party toolkit for the web (so in that sense it is similar to Pygame for Python). you can just use the Boostrap cdns (meaning you don't have to download anything) to start using bootstrap. In the beginning, it may seem a bit hard, but eventually it gets easier.

Tofu - @coderash and @galamphin's game so far
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I suggest looking into Bootstrap(https://getbootstrap.com/) to create prettier buttons and maybe even FontAwesome (https://fontawesome.com/) for some icons. Also, CSS is a BIG help, and you might want to use it more (especially in formatting the icons with the text). This is a website I recently created using Flask(python framework) that uses Bootstrap along with CSS, icons from font awesome and jQuery(Javascript Library) that hosted on heroku.
https://mymcpsplus.herokuapp.com/
Also if you want to see just a bootstrap button example: https://repl.it/@argthe1st/Bootstrap-selecting-dropdown

Swing!
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Great Game!

Swing!
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@MatthewStirling ... Its Avengers Infinity War

Pacman
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@AntonThePrince Good suggestion, but I am not working on this game anymore as Pygame is not very good for game development (and is very laggy on repl.it)

Pacman
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@LucasPetrones Thank you!

Pacman
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Pacman
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@BrianGaspar Thanks!

Pacman
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@MichaelNess Yeah, Pygame isn't the best for game development

Pacman
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Pacman
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@JacobKerstetter Yeah Pygame can be a bit slow if you have too much stuff going on

Pacman
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Pacman
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@Jake_HillmannHi Honestly, if you want to get into game dev, you should lear
n how to use Unity or Unreal Engine, but learning the basics with Python is still a good start!

Pacman
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Pacman
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Pacman
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@coderash uh ... its pretty simple, they don't

Basic Calculator
posted to Share by JoAudet0312

Why not just type in your expression directly into the terminal... it works the same.

Python Turtle using images
posted to Ask by MartinOHanlon1

I don't think so. Why would you want to change the shape of your turtle in the first place?

Python looking for an error
posted to Ask by Ezmodar

You could use an exception:
https://docs.python.org/3/tutorial/errors.html
Hope this helps :)

Maze Generation Bot
posted to Share by AlephZero

This is really good!

👋✨Introduce yourself 🎉😀
posted to Announcements by amasad

So I started coding in Middle School. I mainly use Python, but I know some JavaScript + HTML and some C# as well. Feel free to check out my programs!

ROCK -- > PAPER -- > SCISSORS AGAIN :D
posted to Share by davidpython3

@davidpython3: Hey man, input() is a way to ask user from the shell (The thing to the left in repl.it). You can add stings inside to make it ask a specific question or ask for a specific thing like so: input('What is your age? ') But to actually use this data you have ti set the input equal to a variable, here is an example: https://repl.it/@argthe1st/Input-Example
I used a bit of sting concatenation but for the way you would be using it, it wouldn't need sting concatenation.
Best Wishes!

DataCrypt
posted to Share by CyanCoding

@thecoiledviper: Great program, but you should try doing somthing a little more advanced.