@Khushraj0lets go, I'm rewriting repl.deploy in rust and I HAVE TESTS! A 100 LINES OF TEST CODE FOR 96 LINES OF CODE
@ella0yayy i got stickers from repl.it! and they also sent me mule sauce lol :yay:
@Skye0Running the personal website workshop over by myself for the first time before my club's first meeting this Tuesday. It's actually pretty fun!
@alialiwa20050Here's a :python: program I've coded today, hosted on :replit: (repl.it/@alialiwa2005/Minutes-to-Seconds).
It converts minutes to seconds ⏰, with up to two decimal places in the outputted calculation :abacus: for extra precision, and minimized confusion.
This program is opensource under an MIT license.
Feel free to hack and build on my code! :hacker-cat:
@alialiwa20050Odd or Even?
A :python: program, hosted on :replit:, which checks if a user's inputted integer is even or odd.
My program has error checks, such as checking whether an inputted value is truly an integer; if not, it asks for new input, without breaking the entire code.
Additionally, my program also asks users if they'd like to enter a new value and check if it is even or odd, after an integer is determined as odd or even; using loops.
This program is :crazyblackstone-opensource:, under an MIT license; so you can hack :hacker-cat: and build on it however you'd like!
Challenge Solved: bit.ly/3doBhCJ
@Skye0A website for my school's hack club and my first website that I am coding! Started 2 days ago and made some improvements. Can't wait to get it up!
@alialiwa20050Today, I've started exploring :python:'s math operators.
I've made this code, (repl.it/@alialiwa2005/Math-Operations-on-User-Inputs-02082021?v=1), which uses Python's math operators in various cases, as well as math.sqrt() from Python's awesome math library (my :python: program solves algebra and geometry problems).
The code makes calculations based on two integers and a distance-measuring unit are received as inputs from a user and those three user-inputs are each assigned to some basic variables.
Then those variables, which represent the user's inputs, are used in calculations; squaring, cubing, modular division, and even calculating the length of the hypotenuse of a right triangle which has two legs (each of those two triangle legs have a measurement of one of the user's two inputted numbers, using the unit of length which was inputted by the user).
Run my code on !
The mentioned is opensource and free for all to remix and build on, under a CC-BY creative commons license; so feel free to fork & hack my program.