S A T I S F A C T I O N ! ! !
ThisUserTaken (121)

Satisfaction using a while loop! This program is a loop of satisfaction. The words move from one end to the other which makes it satisfying! Check out my other python posts I've been working on like the Potato Wars: https://repl.it/talk/share/The-Potato-Wars/57768

Edit: Added changing colors

Also, if you wanted to know more about my program, here's a short tutorial on how to make your text rainbow color: https://repl.it/talk/learn/rAiNbOW-TeXt/57848

Credit goes to @Bookie0 for the python tutorial on the loading screen!
Check out his tutorial over here: https://repl.it/talk/share/Different_Loading_SCreens/40016

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DynamicSquid (3641)

Nice! But do you mean less than 0.2 and greater than 0?

ThisUserTaken (121)

@DynamicSquid i was trying it out to see the best satisfaction. 0.3 is a little too slow to be satisfied. 0.2 or less is faster so the satisfaction is better. Maybe, I should allow the pause time to be greater than 0.2?

DynamicSquid (3641)

@ThisUserTaken Oh no, between 0 and 0.2 is fine, but in the code you said "less than or greater than 0.2"

ThisUserTaken (121)

@DynamicSquid oh oopsies! better fix that lol

ThisUserTaken (121)

@DynamicSquid i meant less than or equal to 0.2.

ThisUserTaken (121)

@DynamicSquid also how did u do the orange text? o_o

DynamicSquid (3641)

@ThisUserTaken http://pueblo.sourceforge.net/doc/manual/ansi_color_codes.html

Take a code, for example [31m, and do this:

"\033[31mThis text is now red!"

So put \033 in front of the code

firefish (589)

@ThisUserTaken I think you mean code blocks, putting code between two backticks, these things -> `

ThisUserTaken (121)

@firefish like this?. oh, that's how but where u get backticks. I can't find it on my computer

firefish (589)

@ThisUserTaken to the left of the one (also if you put three backticks, then a new line you can get multi-line)

multi line
code block
def this(one):
   print(one)
this("has")
this("python syntax")
this("colouring")
this("as well")

ThisUserTaken (121)

@firefish thx a lot. that symbol slipped through my fingers!

firefish (589)

@ThisUserTaken (if you don't want to use the backtick, tilde works also - albeit not very well) -> ~
for example:
~code block~

print(str(v := 10))
print(str(v))

Code1Tech (72)
class e:
  def aaa(ea):
    print(ea)
    print("^^ same D:")
e.aaa("dhjikoadp")

lol a random program i made