first off, I use "</>" to detect code
I always use the code in python:
if keyboard.is_pressed(this key)
it simply does not work on my repl.
I'm trying to do this:
print("1. Play a new game")
print("2. Play a 1-Player version(using random variable)")
print("3. How to Play")
from twoplayer import play
the "twoplayer.py" is a file that I have already made with a function called play. If it works it should print hello
this is the code in twoplayer.py
I am getting this error about invalid syntax on the if keyboard.is_pressed(1) line!!! This worked perfectly on IDLE!!!
Does anybody have an alternative?
So, I can't find this code in my Repl's, but I did some research and figured that the function :
all I needed to do was:
keyboard_press = input() #create a variable if keyboard_press == '1': do this elif keyboard_press == '2': do this other thing
this worked perfectly for anyone who needs an answer