find if a user spams (or try to)
Codemonkey51 (607)

this project will take a name and try to figure out does that user spam (it is not 100% correct and never will be) it checks how many times they repeat words that are not in a list of common words and then uses some math to figure out if they are spamming have fun :)

EDIT: made this an api link: https://bad-boi-api.codemonkey51.repl.co/
EDIT2: api post here: https://repl.it/talk/share/Ok-so-detect-spam-AS-AN-API/37883
EDIT3: sorry if I don't reply to you I just have like 10million notifications I try :/ have fun

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i don't get it...
How the library repltalk works?
MAKE A TUTORIAL!
Who is with me?
@Bookie0 @Codemonkey51 @AmazingMech2418 @Muffinlavania @BobTheTomatoPie @CarlosRosiles

AmazingMech2418 (488)

@Zuhdi28 LOL! I don't know why you pinged me. I've never used that library!

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@AmazingMech2418 oh
cuz i know you are a PERFECT programmer :-)

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StudentFires (292)

@AmazingMech2418 Hey, I've heard of you! Aren't you that person who calculated Pi instead of Tau?

AmazingMech2418 (488)

@StudentFires It's not my fault that pi is better than tau...

AmazingMech2418 (488)

@Zuhdi28 Thank you, but I'm not a perfect programmer. There are still quite a few languages I don't know and even I have to debug at times. But that's just proof that we are all human. (well, besides if you are talking about when people use bots on Repl.it) Also, I don't use Python too much so I'm not really familiar with most of the libraries in Python (including repltalk).

StudentFires (292)

@AmazingMech2418 Perfect timing! I just got on, do you have any time to help w/ that transpilation of your MathLib? I understand if you have stuff to do, if you do, just say it, I'll back off.

StudentFires (292)

@AmazingMech2418 btw, all of my math classes, like my current trigonometry class constantly use 2Pi, which is annoying and useless.

AmazingMech2418 (488)

@StudentFires Sure! However, I'm not too familiar with std::string, so should we create a new string library or just try to use that?

StudentFires (292)

@AmazingMech2418 I try not to totally reinvent the wheel, so it's probably be easier to stick w/ std::.

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@Muffinlavania stop chating in my comment

Codemonkey51 (607)

Ok also it's kinda broken (get_comments doesn't work :/)@Zuhdi28

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@ZacPlayz Lol what