When using the Python interpreter in Replit, a bug has been observed.
The issue occurs when typing user input multiple times; it automatically inserts additional characters.
User input in the interpreter should be accurately processed without adding unintended characters.
The platform adds extra characters when entering user input, which disrupts the intended functionality.
Steps to reproduce:
Open a Python interpreter in Replit.
Type user input more than one alphanumeric character.
Observe that additional characters are automatically inserted.
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I can’t allowed to add pictures and videos.
Let me explain this
Suppose i type a code in python interpreter
I run this code
And type my user input. for example i type “hello”
But it’s automatically take some character “hehehello”
Are you using Gboard by chance? It conflicts with Replit a lot for me.
Guys it’s a bug. It’s not fault an Gboard. And I am not using Gboard. I am currently using SwiftKey keyboard
I can consistently reproduce this or similar issues while using gboard, so I suspect it’s part of the autocorrect or something. Also, sometimes inputs don’t go the the console at all and I have to double press a key.
@chellanhari: If your keyboard has autocorrect/spellcheck, could you see if this issue occurs with autocorrect/spellcheck disabled?