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PyChat(With Profanity Filtering 'n stuff)
PowerCoder (41)

PyChat is a public-python-chatroom, where you can share your thoughts to people and be able to block profanities from your view (neat feature, kid-friendly).
And, ok. So, yes I got the inspiration from a public-python-chatroom posted literally a couple days ago.
Anyways, hope you have fun using this. I had fun making it.

Also, don't use this in a new tab. Because it doesn't work (at least on my computer)

PLEASE UPVOTE!

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PDanielY (282)

I don't like how it has to print out the messages every time you say something.

PDanielY (282)

@Opgamer498 no swearing allowed. I have removed the swearing from your comment.

Opgamer498 (4)

@PDanielY Dont want to be rude but that isn't a swear

LittleNomster (38)

'tis stuck on nickname.

PowerCoder (41)

@LittleNomster Did you say yes to “are you sure”?

LittleNomster (38)

@PowerCoder never seen that option, lemme try again

LittleNomster (38)

It works, apparently no spaces in nicknames

sanjaykdragon (181)

this is ok i guess, nothing special though. already been done like 2000 times

AdCharity (187)

@sanjaykdragon yea I made a blog/posting thing with firebase but apparently no one looks at that

PowerCoder (41)

@AdCharity I'll take a look at the blog, if you give me the link

AdCharity (187)

@PowerCoder no don't get me wrong I like this project. It's just that there is literally 50 chat rooms

sanjaykdragon (181)

@PowerCoder thanks, although its not mine, I just recoded / cleaned up someone elses chat.

A few recommendations:
1. You import colored from termcolor, but you don't actually use it.
2. Why do you keep mixing localtime, strftime, and just time?