yeah be kinda detailed , I hate vagueness (example make a game)
@CaptainAnon Yeah, the worst part though is that you're either gonna have to write each comparison like fifty times, or you're gonna have to make people use specific words, damn I forgot, it's like the way you write everything down and stuff. Like instead of writing "Detect collision between the cat and the ground" you could tell them they have to write "Collision detection: Cat, Ground" although that wouldn't be very pseudo code-y.
The real problem is about ensuring that there's only one way the compiler could conceivably interpret each statement, because if it could interpret things multiple ways undefined behaviour starts to creep in.
You could also build a learning management system (i.e. Google Classroom, but doesn't steal your data).
You should make whatever you want to make, be creative
But anyway, here's some examples of what to make: https://realpython.com/what-can-i-do-with-python/
Me too! Hate when people do that.
Someone once suggested this to me: make a bot that just continually spams some discord server with random memes.