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mdfaizal
@mdfaizal5
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Varunkumar
@Varunkumar5
Tried making text editor in cpp and failed setting it up lmao so made it in python
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ShreyasDeo
@ShreyasDeo2
I created a fun little ASCII Video Player as a Python project. It captures feed from a user's camera in real time and converts it into ASCII. I have open-sourced everything with GitHub! github.com/deoshreyas/ASCII-Video-Player
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BananaFire
@BananaFire1
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TK
@TK1
I made a calculator with Python that tells you how much each Hack Club Arcade prize is worth in CAD per Ticket, or it can take a number of tickets and tell you exactly what the most valuable items you can purchase with that amount of tickets are. This is just a "for fun" project, not really meant to find the "most valuable item" (which really is just the prizes you like the most). Plus, buying what you want is infinitely more fun than minmaxxing. Some values will be a little off because I had to guess values for items a few times. I'm not the greatest coder, and I'm pretty rusty, so this was a good project to get into the groove of things. Check it out here: github.com/tqbed/arcadeTicketCaclulator Sample output:
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CarlosHacks
@CarlosHacks4
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Yoshi
@Yoshi1
NoahP
@NoahP4
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Armaan
@Armaan4
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KadenFrisk
@KadenFrisk1
Making an interactive python course 😊 There will also be ones for Java, JavaScript, HTML/CSS, and React soon. python.kadenfrisk.com
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HrushalNikhare-U03V4B5H8DP
@HrushalNikhare-U03V4B5H8DP1
Made a Audio Visualiser in python with a file selector
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Tarun-U07937WV7JP
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Darshan
@Darshan1
i just finished my face recognition system in python. Github repo : github.com/Darshan-Choudhary-02/face-detection here I have specified some faces as stored faces and then after turning camera on , the program will compare detected face with known face , and if its present then the name will be displaced, it not then it will display unknown.
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JewelJacobJoseph
@JewelJacobJoseph1
Simple calculator built using tkinter library in python
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mdfaizal
@mdfaizal5
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ShreyasDeo
@ShreyasDeo2
I coded a genetic algorithm in Python (using NEAT Neural Networks and Pygame) to make the computer learn to play the game of Flappy Bird. I have open-sourced all my code on GitHub. github.com/deoshreyas/NEAT-Flappy-Bird
mdfaizal
@mdfaizal5
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DaviFacchini
@DaviFacchini4
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Deepsea
@Deepsea0
Learning how to code in python by making some mini projects!!! I've got some pretty interesting ideas for what I can make with Python now. github.com/DevA-rora/CS50-Projects
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Varunkumar
@Varunkumar5
Made snake using turtle module in python
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Jasmine
@Jasmine1
#arcade #scrapbook Number guessing game! (Testing my python skills)
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NoahP
@NoahP4
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mdfaizal
@mdfaizal5
Just created a inventory management system using python
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akshatsinghania
@akshatsinghania6
Completed my A* Path finding project in python, just select two points by clicking them, draw borders, and press the space key to start the path finding process! You can also press C key reset all the grid. github.com/aksinghania/pathfinding-visualiser
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mdfaizal
@mdfaizal5
Just created a rock paper scissor game in python #arcade
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Bingley
@Bingley0
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ArabellaPartridge
@ArabellaPartridge0
Learnt how to do facial recognition on Python
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Chaitanyavaswani
@Chaitanyavaswani0
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mdfaizal
@mdfaizal5
Just created memegenerator in python <https://github.com/Mdfaizalsheikh/Memegenerator/tree/668c8f6fbfb695949c3e237cfd8728a2028a445f|https://github.com/Mdfaizalsheikh/Meme_generator/tree/668c8f6fbfb695949c3e237cfd8728a2028a445f>
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Yaakov-CompuGeniusPrograms
@Yaakov-CompuGeniusPrograms4
Really proud of what I was able to accomplish yesterday! What started as a really crappy Python script for my 7th grade science fair was refactored and enhanced into a full tic-tac-toe engine. Along with an algorithm rewrite, I created an Engine library for creating and creating new Tic-Tac-Toe AI algorithms. github.com/CompuGenius-Programs/Tic-Tac-Toe-AI (Reposting due to possible issue with bot yesterday)
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BrodyEnli
@BrodyEnli0
Since my last update, I did a few things: • Worked on my desktop-transferred version of the raycaster to make it multithreaded and rendered a really nice 1080p image to finish the book. This is still the exact same raycasting code from the calculator but modified to run in one process per thread and merge the images in the end. I tried to mimic the ending scene they have in the book. This is the first image attached. • Worked on my calculator version to make it progressively render images so I can pause it at any time and have a nice-looking image. I thought this would be simple -- store the accumulated color of every pixel in a list, add to it, and divide by the total samples each pass. However, the restricted environment I'm working with is starting to show. It turns out that Python code is only allowed an extremely small amount of memory -- around 20KB from my testing. This meant that, no matter how I stored the data (unless there's some magical way to losslessly and efficiently store a color per pixel that I'm unaware of), it ended up being a tradeoff of either rendering at full resolution and not using this new feature or rendering at quarter resolution. Overnight, I did a quarter-resolution render, and I'll probably go back and do a full-resolution one without the new progressive system. However, the quarter-resolution render still looks great! It intentionally has a pretty aggressive depth-of-field, so the blurred left and right spheres are expected. It's cool that stuff like this can be done on a calculator (and programmed on a calculator)! The second image is a screenshot through my fixed libnspire and the third is the same image on the calculator's screen. I've been doing a scrapbook post for every hack session (and often doing work without a hack session), so I misunderstood the proper flow there... However, consider this my true "ship" of this project idea. I'll probably keep adding to it with concepts from the later books, but I also have some other projects I'm excited to work on!
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@YashasSingh-U04J8RCP4RW0
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mdfaizal
@mdfaizal5
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SamratBose
@SamratBose5
So I have created a small python project that basically asks questions about the object the user is thinking of. When the user identifies the object, the program will respond with a joke incorporating the funny title for that object github.com/samratbose10/random.things
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AcidToast76
@AcidToast760
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BrodyEnli
@BrodyEnli0
Okay... this is cheating a bit, but I wanted to see how the scene would look if I spent a long time to properly render it out. I used my patched libnspire to download the tns file and extracted the contents. Besides changing out ti_draw to use PIL and increasing the resolution and sample count, this is the unmodified code from the calculator. I'll do a "real" render on the calculator overnight, but this is what the raytracer is capable of so far! I'm quite impressed with the versatility of the TI-Nspire's built-in Python runtime.
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NoahP
@NoahP4
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Yaakov-CompuGeniusPrograms
@Yaakov-CompuGeniusPrograms4
Really proud of what I was able to accomplish today! What started as a really crappy Python script for my 7th grade science fair was refactored and enhanced into a full tic-tac-toe engine. Along with an algorithm rewrite, I created an Engine library for creating and creating new Tic-Tac-Toe AI algorithms. github.com/CompuGenius-Programs/Tic-Tac-Toe-AI
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mdfaizal
@mdfaizal5
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patcybermindà
@patcybermindà4
day 12 i thin of #15-days-in-public! so i worked on my website home.patcybermind.tech ! and i finally got the domain working and the port working so now you dont have to type home.patcybermind.tech:5040! i just had to change some lines in the Caddy file and it worked. After that i transfered the styling i had done in html to css so that things are easier to change for exemple, the color of the main text is now a variable however the website is currently running on the flask dev server which isnt very sustainable. I used to use gunicorn but when setting up my domain i realised that my username had an upercase character and for reasons i dont understand it had to be lowercase so the nest admins kindly changed my name from Patcybermind to patcybermind which as you could have guessed broke quite a bit of things with my user install. For the most part it wasnt that bad like i could easily make a new python venv etc and some stuff you could easily change by changing the file names but nix, wellp thats more complicated. not only did gunicorn break but i also cant uninstall it to reinstall it or to simply use the debian install so ill have to see what ill do when i get there. Aside from that today i also worked on the sprig website which is something i had been wanting to do for a long time but i didnt know how to start thankfully cosmin and some of the other sprig devs helped me out which im very grateful for because i had no clue how to start and then i set the dev server wrong.
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OliverPotter
@OliverPotter4
I have created an open source CLI Guess the Number game in Python. The code is here!
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NoahP
@NoahP4
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NoahP
@NoahP4
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NoahP
@NoahP4
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mdfaizal
@mdfaizal5
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BrodyEnli
@BrodyEnli0
The camera position and field of view can be changed now. I spent a while rendering a nice-looking (albeit still 1/16 resolution and low sample count) image with a lower field of view, which shows the dielectric material nicely! After this, the only thing left to implement from Ray Tracing in One Weekend is depth of field (which they call defocus blur). Maybe I'll implement some of Ray Tracing: the Next Week after this. Some of it does not apply to my renderer, like bounding volume hierarchies since I can't load 3D models... unless I convert the 3D models to a Python file and transfer it.
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shiki
@shiki5
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mdfaizal
@mdfaizal5
Just started to file reading program in python I am just too slow #arcade
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