As I see the repl community growing, it is great to see such a diversity of community of languages growing. I have been coding for about 3 months now: and my projects are coming along.
My current favourite and my project.
I personally have python as my favourite at current, due to the fact I am most capable with this language. I like messing around with turtle also . I have to say I am proud of this pixel art tutorial. as I feel it is a quite helpful tutorial for beginners, and helps them to get into more complex code with functions and parameters. It would be really nice to see what your favourites are in the comments and your work that you are most proud of!
I wish you a great day!
I have many favorite languages (mostly Ruby, Tcl, and Perl 6), and my favorite project would have to be either Talk (my programming language. Can be found at https://Talk-reference-guide.theangryepicbanana.repl.co) or Tide (W.I.P. ide. Can be found at https://github.com/ALANVF/Tide).
my favourite language is python because of how much it has to offer. i do not have a favourite project because i think that every project is amazing in it's own unique way
Python is my favorite.
My favorite Project I've made before. It is Rock, Paper, Scissors, against an AI. Enjoy.
import random ComputerChoices = ["R", "P", "S"] ComputerChoice = "" PlayerChoice = "" while True: print() print("✊ Rock!") print("✋ Paper!") print("✌ Scissors!") print() ComputerChoice = random.choice(ComputerChoices) PlayerChoice = input("R, P, S: ") if PlayerChoice == ComputerChoice: print("Tie!") elif PlayerChoice == "R": if ComputerChoice == "S": print("Player Won!") print() elif ComputerChoice == "P": print("Computer Won!") elif PlayerChoice == "P": if ComputerChoice == "S": print("Computer Won!") elif ComputerChoice == "R": print("Player Won!") elif PlayerChoice == "S": if ComputerChoice == "P": print("Computer Won!") elif ComputerChoice == "R": print("Player Won!")
My favorite to use is python, because the syntax is fairly easy to understand and it's just an easier language to learn overall, but my favorite overall (not to use) is LOLCODE. It's hilarious, but it's also fairly limited. As for my favorite project, I'd have to say the discord bot I'm working on - it's a really cool python learning experience as it's really my only big python project ever, and it's also functional and I can see the results of my efforts and where I need to make changes. Link: https://repl.it/@minermaniac447/Util447