🌀 Universal Package Manager - Python, Node.js, Ruby, Emacs Lisp. (by replit)


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  • This code is supposed to remove all periods in a string, but it only removes one of the periods. How do I make it remove all the periods?
    I'm using repl.it for this, idk how old that is
  • I’m extremely new to python and coding
    If you are getting started, just use repl.it.
  • PHP repl database
    reddit.com/r/replit | 2021-06-14
    How to Use the built-in repl.it PHP database or how to use a java script built in database.
  • The program does not display the text (Java)
    Here is the link for my repl in repl.it if you like to run from there: https://replit.com/join/tuhslevzvy-nur11wm
  • Lifetime coercion in wrapped iterator (maybe?)?
    reddit.com/r/rust | 2021-06-13
    Unfortunately, it depends on the streaming_iterator crate which is not available on the playground so you might have to throw it on something like repl.it where you can add dependencies, or test it locally :(
  • Do online code-compilers use my internet to download packages?
    I apologize if this sounds like a stupid question. I come from a place with very bad internet connection but I have to work on a project which requires tensorflow or pytorch both of which I know has very large size with respect to what my internet can handle. So if I use something like repl.it and import the packages there, will they still use my internet to download the packages?
  • Please may i have some assistance?
    (p.s. before you ask what software im using, its repl.it and i cant change that bc im on chromebook)
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    Repl.it - node
  • GET Request being blocked by CORS policy
    Via VSCode. But when I use repl.it the request works fine. I'm assuming this has something to do with making the request via localhost, but I have access-control-allow-origin set to all - so I'm not sure the issue.
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  • How Replit used legal threats to kill an intern's open-source project
    Oh it has its uses – but I think saying "that use is very minimal" misses the point. That is the selling point, in my opinion. It's really sad, but initiative is really not valued in (at least the British system of) education to a great extent, so it sort of fits into an educational process where people are expected to just do as they're told (repl.it is effectively a way of telling them to do what they're told, just in a way that's perhaps less immediately obvious).
    There are problems with repl.it but the fact that people who "JUST started to code" use it, shouldn't make it any less worthwhile; in fact, I would argue that it's a good thing – and producers of (in my opinion, which I think you agree with too) much nicer developer tools should think of the lessons they can learn.
    this argument would makes sense, if it wasn't for the fact that repl.it is not the first one to "invent" this concept, by far. There are hundreds and hundreds of "fiddles" and "online repls" available. This is not a novel concept, and they have no monopoly over it. they are themselves a copy of a copy.
    You say "this prevents us from knowing whether he copied their code or not." But why does it matter whether he copied code that Replit made available under an open-source license? (E.g. upm is under a MIT license.)