Python is a very easy and functional language used by lots of companies and people for their projects. And it's clear it is great, I myself wouldn't be coding much without python.
But when i see good repls, i only find python ones...
Can't we make other amazing repls in other repls as well?
Here's a challenge:
Make a known python project in other language.
Any project is accepted as long as it's in another languaje
It's not just an impression, Python is used in over 45% of the REPLs. There are good reasons for both using and not using a widely popular language like Python.
Trying other languages is an invaluable learning experience that contributes to a well-rounded background in computing. But, when you have to write code to get some job done, a mainstream language provides key efficiences with its huge selection of libraries, tools, learning resources, documentation, news sources, local events and networking, support options, and an active user community.
These days everybody using python
Pythons everyone’s local w** these days
Going place to place 3.0 like three strays
Python cheated on me, that f**** b**
(F*** it, I’ll take both languages)
I mainly use python because it just makes more sense than other languages and requires less typing. For example: in python you use print("hello world") to put hello world in the terminal. In java you use System.out.println("hello world");
Do I get bonus points for doing it on my phone?
I made this a while ago, but it was basically the same thing as that top decrypter / encrypter
Python counterpart (the actual link to code is in comments):
Edit: mine’s a little bit different, it outputs stuff to a file and is more like a software tool than for your average user. Still easy to use I’ll change it in a sec.
Edit2: also the polyphonic(or is it called polyalphabetic) cipher dosn’t work, so I guess it’s kinda still in the working phase.
Made a binary to decimal converter
Edit: oh wait.
That’s not known. 😞
I have found that Lua is used for game develoment and is very similar to python with some differences. For example in python to concatenate a string and a variable is: print("hello " + world) in lua the way to do this is similar but very different: print("hello" .. world)
@JordanDixon1 Another notable difference is the way they do input. python:
python input = input("type what you want: ")
lua input = io.read();
I was surprised at how many people used python when I first joined the site. It probably was the biggest influence for me learning python over other languages.