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Just a question, why is it that so many of the upvoters have ZERO cycles and ZERO repls/bios?
My god. This is 1700+ lines of code. My highest is 966 lines of code. Only downside is that the game crashed when I went to the beach, it ended with me getting 20xp, but still, the game idea is great!
Ahem: 2622 lines in one file, over 3000 total (for a project).
And srsly: lines of code doesn't matter!.
You could legit minify all of your code down to 1 line and it could be beautified to like 60k lines (actually, there pretty much is no limit to how much you could put in one line, only how much the beautifier could handle before it crashed).
@Whippingdot I do hate it when I get "programmers block" and just stare off into space and scroll up and down while my family is thinking I am a nerd reviewing my code XD.
I hate it when I'm just glossing my eyes off into my backyard and scrolling up and down thinking what to do because I want to get all the little things done which don't exist before I get the big things tackled...
@Whippingdot Nah, studying is EZ (kinda).
The only problem is coding.
As much as I love science, I find coding to be much more logical (at least, at the current skill level I am at with science. When I go to college and study quantum mechanics, I bet I will deem it 10x harder than coding).
You should use
.lower() to prevent case sensitivity because it'll be converted to lowercase and you can just compare it against the option in lowercase. Here's an example:
string = "DGEOGDUHEHL" if (string == "dgeogbduhehl"): # Code Here
I really think this has potential, but it does need work. You're probably working on it as a type this but the game ends if you choose an invalid direction, plus it didn't do anything when I entered "s" as the character name.
Hey there's an easy way to get around the capitalization thing, if you write .lower() after whatever the input is stored in, it'll make the entire thing lowercase. This is pretty cool btw.