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Last updated 7/10/18 12:09 PST
I think this post should be banned for swearing: [link-removed]
This is a great idea. It just becomes a spam group if everyone broke the rules. Well done timmy_i_chen. And to anyone being silly and ignoring this comment don't deserve to be on the chat.
I want to ask you a question. I am a new beginner of learning python. I had a problem when i was working on typing the code. It showed to me only the previous works i did not this code i typed which is : print("Lesson 6 : loops"
for x in range (0, 10)
@bigheart2018 If you haven't worked it out yet, here is the code you should be using:
print("Lesson 6: Loops")
for x in range(0,10):
Note that I am using an underscore next to 'print(x)'. Replace that with an indent (I'm only using them because you can't indent in these comments using spaces)
hi folks - i am v new to Repl.it but can see the great attraction - simplicity...great idea.
~I am trying to code ande debug python3 as i learn and found a reference to a debug package but am not sure how i get this on the version of repl.it i use
any pointers gratefully accepted for this newbie
Quisiera publicar algunos ejercicio para ver si me ayudan a resolverlo.. Como los publico aqui ?