• tactfulgamer

    @JonB Soo much better. Thank you!

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  • tactfulgamer

    @cvp said:

    Remark that you should insert your code between two lines of triple quotes, in this forum

    Can you please show me what I did wrong?
    I tried adding two lines, of triple quotes... and it’s not working.

    I did this:

    ‘’’
    code
    ‘’’

    ^^ Not working for me

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  • tactfulgamer

    @cvp said:

    import random
    import time

    def displayIntro():
    print("It is the end of a long year of fighting space criminals")
    print("you come to a crossroads on your trip home, one path leads home")
    print("where you will be handsomly rewarded for a job well done")
    print("and the other leads through a gamma ray burst")

    def choosePath():
    path = ""
    while path != "1" and path !="2": #input validation
    path = input("Which path will you choose? (1 or 2): ")
    return path

    displayIntro()
    p = choosePath()
    print(p)

    Thank you!! That was it!!

    Does Pythonista have some form of visual indicator to let you know if your indentation is not correct? (I have no idea knowing if my indentation is correct or not) I thought I was following video accurately.

    I guess, if Pythonista does not run, that’s pretty much letting me know, the indentation is wrong.

    However, would be nice if it pointed out “which of my code lines” needed indentation.

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  • tactfulgamer

    Hello,

    I am trying to understand what I am doing wrong?

    I am following a step by step youtube video. I don’t understand why it’s not running on Pythonista? I even tried changing the interpreter to 2.7, still not running the code. There is no error message. It’s just not running. The play button blinks when I tap on it or use cmd (r), and nothing happens after that.

    Here is the video link:
    (I cannot proceed past the 12:50 mark since the code is not running)

    https://youtu.be/miuHrP2O7Jw

    Here is my code:

    
    import random 
    import time
    
    def displayIntro():
            print("It is the end of a long year of fighting space criminals")
            print("you come to a crossroads on your trip home, one path leads home")
            print("where you will be handsomly rewarded for a job well done")
            print("and the other leads through a gamma ray burst")
        
    def choosePath():
                path = ""
                while path != "1" and path !="2": #input validation
                    path = input("Which path will you choose? (1 or 2): ")
    
                
                return path
                
                displayIntro()
                choosePath()
    
    

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  • tactfulgamer

    I almost deleted the script by swiping to the left on it, from the left side panel. Is the a way to close out the open script?

    I don’t see an x button or anything.

    Thank you!

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  • tactfulgamer

    @pulbrich

    Thank you. I can’t wait to go over it!!

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  • tactfulgamer

    I am trying to learn coding. I am a true beginner. I searched youtube and found one from giovanni creating a game. This game guide is cool - but as I followed along, I have no idea what I am doing.

    It feels more like I am just typing - what he is typing. No in-depth knowledge being absorbed or understanding. I don’t feel like I am gaining the knowledge. I still need basic follow along guides.

    I am searching for a tutorial that guides us with the basic concepts of coding (Variables, Tables, If & Else, Strings, Loops, Boolean’s) and as I follow along - IT ALL WORKS on pythonista.

    Is there something like this? If not a video - I am fine with text follow alongs.

    Thank you.

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  • tactfulgamer

    Thank you.
    I was able to locate it.

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  • tactfulgamer

    Thank you - I will try again. Most likely user error.

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  • tactfulgamer

    Thank You,

    I imported the files into Pythonista. *As mentioned in the read me: *
    Download the sceneKit folder and move it to site-packages-3 under Python Modules in Pythonista. Restart Pythonista.

    Download the sceneKit demo folder and move it to your sample scripts folder.

    But when I try to launch it from Pythonista, it says SceneKit folder not found?

    I was not able to import with the folders, the app was not allowing full folders to be installed, I was only able to remove the files from their folders and dump into site-packages-3.

    Confused at to why it’s not working. The error I get is:
    ‘No Module named scenekit‘

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