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Bookie0 (2605)
How To Get The Time! ⏰ [python]
## Heyyy everyone! xD here is a tutorial for adding the time of multiple cities in your programs, using `datetime` and `pytz`. I have included two...
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generationXcode (132)
How to make a linear regression FROM SCRATCH(not scratch scratch) 😎💻(machine learning)(python)
# why I'm writing this tutorial 😎💻 Last to last year I first started with machine learning. I made a neural net in java script to take in random in...
Viper2211 (54)
Search Algorithms in Python
# Search Algorithms ## What are search algorithms? A search algorithm is an algorithm that searches ~~or does it?~~ . You have more than likely used a...
Muffinlavania (669)
Python 3: Saving data in an uneditable, unreadable file!
Introducing Pickle! This module allows you to store data in a .dat file. It saves it in binary so people cant snoop around in your files, but you can...
CSharpIsGud (436)
How To Make A True Coding Language: Part 1
Im making this tutorial series because almost every language i've seen posted to repl talk doesn't use parsing algorithms and I think it would be nice...
JosephSanthosh (2)
DIY CALCULATOR (SUPER EASY)
This is a super easy tutorial on how to make a calculator using python. I hope you guys enjoy it and find helpful!!!
CSharpIsGud (436)
How To Make A Language: Parsing
The last tutorial didn't really give an in depth explanation as to what everything was doing aside from some comments, however for parsing I feel I sh...
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CoolJames1610 (478)
[100 CYCLE SPECIAL] How to use MongoDB PYTHON
# Hey guys and welcome to this tutorial ###### ~~bruh why am i doing it like a youtube video XD~~ Before we start, thanks to all who have upvoted any...
LizFoster (592)
The Riemann Sum!
Let's talk about the Riemann Sum!! Okay, so the Riemann Sum does the same thing that an integral does, as it is essentially measuring the area under...
aguy11 (82)
Basic Python Tutorial
**Notes** *Python uses # to display single-line comments* *Do NOT place semicolons at the ends of statements* # Variables in Python **What is a varia...
AmazingMech2418 (655)
Cryptography 101
# Cryptography 101 **Note:** Many ciphers are labeled "Coming soon..." since the explanations will be long and would preferably be added in edits to...
LizFoster (592)
Let's talk about π.
Today I'd like to teach you all about one of my all time favorite constants: π! Most likely, all of you know that π is the ratio of a circle's circumf...
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Scoder12 (473)
OPUS SUPPORT FOR DISCORD MUSIC BOTS!
The wait is over! You can now make music bots with discord! I have compiled `libopus.so` for repl.it which you can now use to make music bots. To ma...
BobTheTomatoPie (972)
An In Depth Explanation of Lambda Functions (Advanced Concept Made easy!
### Enjoy this tutorial It's very engaging and asks for input!! ### This took me a long time to make cause I want you guys to really understand # Ho...
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Reuben123 (20)
@Reuben123's Python Keypress Detection - The Basic Tutorial
Hello fellow programmers, Here is my tutorial for key detection in python! Using readchar, we can detect and interpret key presses in python, without...
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NotTani (72)
How to do Passwords Right
Hello repl.it! If you've ever made a text-based RPG, chat application, or easter-egg filled number guessing game, you've probably collected a passwor...
CSharpIsGud (436)
Using python's curses module to reduce flickering in terminal games
Im not a huge fan of text adventures and the like. But you may have noticed that they suffer from terminal flicker if they include things like a minig...
ChezCoder (1458)
How to create python packages and upload to pypi
# Packaging to PyPi in Python Hello repl community! Wan't to create a package like termcolor, or my [very very newly released package](https://pypi.or...
christopher00 (121)
Python Bacics
In this repl, I will show you bacics for python. Please don't mind the spelling for I am not a very good speller. I will show you a function per week...
pyelias (1420)
Python Advanced Concepts Explanation
(just wrote this up in a few minutes, so there might be typos and stuff) (the reader is expected to have at least basic knowledge of python) (and prog...
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eekboi (147)
How to make a discord bot in python!
Hello, today I will be teaching you how to make a discord bot in python. First thing you need to do is make a discord bot client (https://discord.com/...
xolyon (333)
Styling text in Python
Disclaimer: Python 3 only and console only ## Using Colorama ## one of the simplest ways I've found of colouring and styling my text in python is by...
Jakman (324)
ASCII_Art
If you want an easy way of putting ASCII art in your programs without going through the stress of putting this art in a string and escaping all the ba...
EthanHorowitz (56)
How To Make a Tensor Class
Warning: This is very, very long, but I wanted to put everything together in one place. A couple weeks ago, I thought about numpy arrays and wondered...
DEMONul1234 (11)
Python guide for beginners: Editing text
#From lesson nr.1 you learnt how to write simple sentences. # Let's use a simple example: print('Hello there ') print(' My name is Adam ') print('I...
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CoolJames1610 (478)
How to LEARN PYTHON the COOLJAMES way (Lesson 1 - Sequence)
# Hello guys! *** Welcome to **another** @CoolJames1610 tutorial :P :P :P Now, I am going to teach you how to PYTHON the COOLJAMES way ~~(which is...
PYer (3225)
Learn To Code In Python
Teaches you how to code in python. By `PYer` This tutorial excpects some basic knowledge of coding in another language. ![image](https://storage.goog...
DJWang (1124)
Mining Simulator Section-1
Hello everyone! I'm trying to start a small series on a Mining Simulator game. Throughout the series, we will design a game of Mining Simulator where...
ArtemLaptiev1 (101)
Building AI: Neural Networks for beginners 👾
Teaching Machine to recognize Hand-written Numbers! I am excited to share some of my experience studying machine learning with you, guys! I'm not an...
IreTheKID (274)
Python For Dummies: '==' vs. 'is'
# Python Comparison & Identity Operators I'm sure that in your coding experiences with Python, ~~whether it be 3 or 2.7,~~ you've wondered to yourself...