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Learning Python

Discussion in 'Plugins and Coding' started by AcePjoez, Jun 5, 2016.

  1. AcePjoez

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    Hello beautiful people of cubecraft. I'm the PoesTjuber (TopoPlayer) and i'm actually learning python for not to long. i just want to learn i because i am able to do a lot of things then so my question is: can you give me a simple task to do in Python? :D
     
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    make an AAA without game engine, only code.
    I don't know phythom, but, I thing I did when I was learning Java is to make a simple programm that has 2 buttons (When you press the 1st it will say hello world, and when you press the 2nd it will close the programm). I don't know if this is possible to make on PHYTHOM, or if it's too difficult to do... :p


    I wish you the best of the lucks!
     
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    I'm not very familiar with "Python". I know JavaScript, SSL, HTML5 and JQuery.
     
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    I know Java, HTML5 and a little bit of C# ;-;
     
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    Java/HTML5...
    IDK..... sorry
     
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    JavaScript and HTML5 are different things.
     
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    I know...
     
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    Its just the you said "Java/HTML5", which made me think that you were saying that their the same thing due to the "/".
     
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    Oh ok.... but no they're not the same...
     
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    Yeah :)
     
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    I know a little bit of HTML. :p
     
  12. AcePjoez

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    that is actually a pretty easy thing to do :D
    (and this conversation is about what exactly? :p
     
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    Make a guess-the-number game.

    Make a Pygame window that is 161px wide and 100px tall.
     
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    This isn't at all what Hangar555 meant, thought :p. Your program is text-based. Hangar555 meant a program that uses a GUI, hence "press" and not "type."
     
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    Seriously though, I don't get how this thread ended up being a talk about HTML :rolleyes:.
     
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    A fun small project would be to make John Conway's Game of Life. All you need to know is how to manipulate a grid of squares.
    Here's a link for reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conway's_Game_of_Life

    I've found the "funnest" projects to code are those in which you learn, so try making a bunch of demo programs.

    Maybe simulate evolution with a bunch of squares that start off with random colors, but as they touch and "reproduce" the colors blend.
    Maybe create your own algorithm to make Square A move to Square B by using an efficient route (without using the internet).

    Good luck, and happy coding :)
     
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    I can use python quite well as I'm taking computer science as a GCSE, I also know a bit of Java though :p
    If you need any help PM me and I'll write some small pieces of code for you :)