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  • My python (turtle) code won't run 0 reactions

    It's python (turtle) and what I'm supposed to do is create an interactive tic tac toe game. but every time I try to run it, it won't play correctly. i keep getting a "syntax error" or an "unexpected indent" but earlier everything had worked properly...

    Josh about 42 days ago
  • Login/logout error php 0 reactions

    Trying to implement a login logout issue but running into problems with starting and ending the session. From my root index.php file, i have a login button, checks the db against a row name and password verification, but on my welcome screen getting white screen of death.

    caleb king about 3 months ago
  • Help Me Out? :) 0 reactions

    Creating an input and output and importing a txt file.

    Henok Gaim about 3 months ago
  • Calclator using switch statement for various operations 0 reactions

    I designed and devised this calculator on my own, from scratch. My idea is to let the user choose the operation they want to perform on the two numbers they will input, and the computer will then output the statement corresptonding to each case. The code compiles and everything, but when I try t

    Lorenzo Battilocchi about 4 months ago
  • What is wrong with my function to stop the compiler from running this program? 0 reactions

    I am creating a program in C to ask the user for a date, and if its valid it prints it if its invalid it just prints its invalid. I keep getting compiler warnings and errors but I'm not sure on how to solve them

    Christopher Timbol about 4 months ago
  • What is wrong with my function to stop the compiler from running this program? 0 reactions

    #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <string.h> //Declares function void getInput(char*userInput1, char *userInput2, char *userInput3); int main(void) { char userInput[100]; printf("Enter a date in this format : MM/DD/YY:"); //Captures users input scanf("%s", &userInput

    Christopher Timbol about 4 months ago
  • A simple game in c++ 0 reactions

    I'm using code::blocks. My code uses too many nested loops, and I don't know how to improve it.

    Grace about 5 months ago
  • A simple game 0 reactions

    I'm using code::blocks. My code uses too many nested loops, and I don't know how to improve it.

    Grace about 5 months ago
  • Help needed on my Nimble Ninja Game ! 0 reactions

    I finished writing all the code to the game, but Xcode is not allowing me to run the game because the "Method does not override any method from its superclass"

    Anna Rippert about 6 months ago
  • Android Studio Accelerometer Problem 0 reactions

    I am making a code where I detect movement of the hip in a golf swing. In line 198, I am trying to see whether the user is starting their golf swing. If they are then it should vibrate. Because the hip goes horizontal in the golf swing I am only using the x axis. When I debug the code, the highest D

    Joe Dilion about 7 months ago