My OS(Like) thing called MyCMD V 1.3
AbhayBhat (95)

MyCMD V 1.3

has been released. This is actually based the latest version of TextAPL and I made some changes to it which includes

  • I changed the name to MyCMD
  • The style changed to a Command Line style(IDK what to call it)
  • I removed the file manager and replaced so that it actually created REAL txt files and not just some text in an ArrayList
  • Added a die you can roll
  • Added a coin you can flip
  • I added a bit of Color
  • And finally changed the "Guessing game" to be MUCH simpler(in code)

Thanks to @DynamicSquid for telling me what this should be called(lol, I was so confused).

If you have any ideas to make it better or new features to add(Because it still is really small), Please tell me in the comments!

Thank you to all upvotes and comments

Also, I added some secret commands in it(Thanks @CodeLongAndPros for the suggestions). If you find one and tell me in the comments, I will give you an upvote. Also, absolutely NO cheating by looking in the code.

Quick correction: The time command was supposed to show PST time but it was one hour ahead, fixed that to the correct PST time.

Quick correction 2: Now you can enter HELP or HeLp or hElP because it automatically converts the string to lowercase!

THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH, I HAVE HIT 50 CYCLESSS. I feel so proud, thank you all.

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AmazingMech2418 (656)

@AbhayBhat @awesome10 To allow the file system to save, you can simply make a basic server. I've never created a server in Java (I'm honestly not sure if would support that anyways), but it is fairly simple to create a Node.js server using Express. Then, you can make all i/o requests simply requests to the server which handles the files on its own end. It is possible to embed a server in an application like this (I made a whole template about it in JavaScript), but it might just be easier to make the server a separate repl.