A new Replit collaboration(game) named “Code by Code”.
- The first person choose a task to the next person. The first person can choose any high-level language or C/C++ and tell the next person to complete the task. Then, the next person gets a coin if he/she complete the task. If he/she doesn't complete the task, I take 1 coin from the person. Then, he/she choose a task to the next person, and everything repeats. If anybody get 5 coins, he win.
- Press "I'm in!" to take part in the game.
Press “I’m in!” to take part in the game.
Me: 2 coins
@Idkwhttph: 1 coin
@CadenChau: 1 coin
@Firepup650: 1 coin
@QwertyQwerty88: 1 coin
@ParanormalCoder: 1 coin
@element1010: 1 coin
@dragonhunter1: 1 coin
@bobbypac: 1 coin
@BananaPi: 1 coin
@Djrahul22: 1 coin
That won’t work, as forums are designed for long times between responses, and it will be quite rare for someone to respond within 5 minutes
I would suggest making it 5 hours instead of 5 minutes
Yea some people have school and might not be able to get on soon enough.
well there’s one flaw i see with it, if people don’t choose a certain player and a task, then they will never have the chance to get a coin.
They MUST choose a person and a task
Yes…but the issue is if some people never get selected, then they never have a chance to win, and then they can’t play since no one ever picked them.
We can start the game when we’ll get at least 6 people
It should be in order and not selection
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@ParanormalCoder language: Python, task: create a console form where you write your username and password and then you’ll see a message “success”
@ParanormalCoder Help: use input() to get a password && username
What are you supposed to compare the input to?
I’m guessing one of two things:
- Paranormal can choose his own
- He doesn’t need to compare to anything (that seems way too easy but ok)
What? so you can just call
input() twice and then print ‘success’ ?