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Conversation Simulator V1.0
Eyseedoubleyou (10)

A simple conversation simulator. Version 1. It has taken some time to code. Note me on errors please!

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HenryShearer (2)

Great logo! Love Zelda games. Also, cool bot!

mkhoi (188)

Cool! This bot talks a lot

Eyseedoubleyou (10)

Thanks @mkhoi
Yeah I tried to get it like that it took time

MATTHEWBECHTEL (121)

One sort of grammar error is when the program uses *s instead of ‘s. @Eyseedoubleyou

Eyseedoubleyou (10)

@MATTHEWBECHTEL
Yes I use that because for some weird reason I used quotation marks instead of speech marks. I’m glad you’ve spotted it though!

Eyseedoubleyou (10)

@MATTHEWBECHTEL
Thank you
ありがとうございます!

Eyseedoubleyou (10)

Yes I know it’s tomorrow I meant have good Friday and weekend @MATTHEWBECHTEL

Eyseedoubleyou (10)

@XavierDD
Okay, thanks.
Can i ask which line are you referring to

XavierDD (53)

@Eyseedoubleyou it should work for all strings.
"text ... isn\'t"

PowerCoder (2)

Cool. Although I think you should add color to the text using Termcolor.

 from termcolor import cprint

Then you can style text with this type of format:

 cprint('TEXT', 'COLOR')

For example:

 cprint('Hello world', 'green')
DJWang (18)

Very impressive! Try working on some of the grammar and spelling, but otherwise it's GREAT!

Eyseedoubleyou (10)

@DJWang
Thanks.
The apostrophes i used asterisk instead because I used apostrophes/quotation marks as the print things

DJWang (18)

@Eyseedoubleyou print('AAnyway, I am a code which is meant to simulate a conversation, not a repetitive friend. So, goodbye! I*ll miss you.') Should be:

print("Anyway, I am a code which is meant to simulate a conversation, not a repetitive friend. So, goodbye! I'll miss you.")

ebest (551)

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "main.py", line 267, in <module>
print('Hey %' % name)
ValueError: incomplete format

Eyseedoubleyou (10)

@ebest
Thanks for that :)

I’m pretty sure it used to work. I’ll check it ASAP.

Thanks :)

Eyseedoubleyou (10)

@ebest
To me it still works, but I think I should’ve done it a different way as I’m using an number version thing.

anaconda314 (0)

@ebest I'm having the same problem.

ebest (551)

a now subject has been found to talk about?