Im getting the error repl process died unexpectedly

i need ur guys help to fix this because google isnt helping me

An error message of “Repl process died unexpectedly” can be caused by a variety of issues. Here are a few possible solutions you can try:

  1. Restart the Repl: Sometimes, simply restarting the Repl can resolve the issue. To do this, click the “Restart” button in the top menu of the Repl.
  2. Check for syntax errors: Make sure that your code is free of syntax errors, as these can cause the Repl process to crash.
  3. Check for infinite loops: If your code contains an infinite loop, the Repl process may crash. Try commenting out any suspect code and running the Repl again.
  4. Check the logs: The Replit log may contain more information about the cause of the error. To view the logs, click on the “Logs” button in the top menu of the Repl.

If these solutions do not resolve the issue, it may be helpful to reach out to the Replit support team for further assistance.

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none of those things worked sadly

You may try to see if your code is causing this issue, or if the file is corrupted. If not, then I suggest you ask the Replit team.

it may be helpful to send a link to your repl or a minimal repl which reproduces the issue. If it says : signal: killed it’s likely that the RAM is used up. Disable code intelligence / optimise your code and see where it might be using a lot of memory

What language is that program written in?
If there is any program ending code such as







Or similar code in other language
(Sorry I only use these 2 language the most so idk other)

Google can help you actually, search “{your language} exit code” (enter the language that program use in {your language}) and see if any of the code you got appears in your code.

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Hi @JackKayser1

Thank you for your post and sorry that you are experiencing issues. However the Replit support team may not be able to help you with this issue if you do not complete the template fields fully.

Without knowing the expected and actual behaviour (screenshots are fine for this section) as well as the link to your Repl and the steps a member of the support team will need to follow to reproduce the error there won’t be much we can do to help you.

The more information you provide at the start, the easier it will be to identify if your bug report is an issue or a misunderstanding.

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i fixed it i just had some wrong indents

it broke again and i cant fix it

should i send you guys the link

Please send the replit link of your project for us to examine the code
By the way which language is the code in?

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This isn’t a bug. Since you gave me the ability to edit the Repl, pretty sure I fixed it before, but Ig you undid it.

if event.type == pygame.KEYDOWN: # if we press a key do

It’s because you have an if statement with nothing under. You can add a pass statement or just delete the if statement entirely:

if event.type == pygame.KEYDOWN: # if we press a key do

Also, the condition of the other if statement is on a separate line, so you get an invalid syntax error.

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thanks dude your a big help

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