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TaylorLiang (613)

I will keep this up as long as I can and plan to update it every week.

I made a database for everybody to use:
How to use:

send a POST-request, with a dict like this: 
		{
			'key'	:	'name',
			'data'	:	{'put data here'}
		}
		and, to access it, send a GET-request, (x = 
                requests.get(database_link).json())
		and use x['the key you want to use'], and you will get the data

@Zavexeon suggested rate limiting of 100 requests a second. There is now rate limiting

Update 0.1:
Because somebody has to spam everything, you can now only send 3000 bytes at a time.

Request 0.1:
What should I add?

Edit: Wow guys, very funny. you spammed the db. Wow. My ears hurt

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Highwayman (617)

@ebest I’ve always thought of it this way: the amount of time a program is running can be measured in cpu cycles, so cycles are how much experience we have with the repl.it community. If you have been using repl.it for a super long time, but you haven’t really posted much, you’ll have an okay amount of cpu cycles, maybe 100 - 200, but if you are super active for the very short time you’ve been here, then you could have those 100-200 cycles. either way it shows that you at least know your way around the place. If you’ve been on here a short time with little to no activity, then you’ll have around 0, maybe 10 cycles, suggesting you essentially have absolutely no idea what’s going on right now or why there are check marks next to people’s posts to you question. Same could happen for someone who just doesn’t post at all: no cycles. Then there are people who have been here forever and are constantly posting who have massive amounts of cycles, 900 to over 1000 cycles, these are obviously the people who really know this site. They are very experienced. None of this is necessarily relates to coding skill. Just experience with repl.it, but still. Pretty cool.

all those ranges are fake, I have no idea what the actual numbers would be, those are just examples.