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About drewbbex

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  1. @Mythik has resolved my issues, thanks so much! I'm a nub, I'm sorry for my absurd accusations with issues regarding the client.
  2. Yeee, help him not me @swagg
  3. Hello, recently I've began a project and I've successfully compiled my project to \AppData\Roaming\.tribot\bin\ , following this tutorial given to me by @laniax. After following the tutorial and iterating it at least 5 times, trying to figure out what I had been doing incorrectly, I've had @Netami troubleshoot and look at my compilation to see what I had been doing wrong. However, after at least 10 minutes of his professional expertise in setting this simple compilation directory, he had hit a halt as well. Furthermore @Pwningcows has also claimed to experience the inability to run or load local scripts. When clicing [Start Script], immediately Tribot prints https://gyazo.com/128452ae34f6f21121b6638ddcf35f3c. The reason I believe the issue to be a Permission Error is that @Usa had said that he is currently (sometime today) running his own local scripts successfully.
  4. https://gyazo.com/cea02520bb8a1f6330bc76370710c813 https://gyazo.com/2f3a8cbb6eb646a4507be1502383c47b
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  6. https://www.reddit.com/r/Python/comments/4ee6ys/python3_determining_and_printing_prime_or_not/
  7. bump button?
  8. so im doing a project for csc104(programming in python) .. and I have to write a program that does three things. (1) find the sqrt of a num that's inputted using the newton-raphson method -- done -- (2) identify and determine whether or not the number is prime and print it, and (3) identify and print its factors. the third part should be fairly simple,.. atm, im having issues verifying part (2) but my code seems to be close. ## (1) a=eval(input("Please enter an integer: ")) x=1 i = 0 while i < 100: dividend = x + (a / x) y= dividend/2 x=y i = i + 1 if i is 99: print(x) ## (2) aa=str(a) i=0 x=int(x) y=list(range(2, x)) y.append(x) #using list(y) to verify my range2,x; it will be removed y=list(y) print(y) while i <= len(y): while i < len(y): if a/y[i] == int(a/y[i]): print(aa + " is not prime. ") i = len(y) else: break if i == len(y) and a/y[i] == int(a/y[i]): print(aa + " is not prime. ") continue else: print(aa + " is prime. ") i= i + 1 ## suggestions?
  9. x=eval(input("Please enter a list ('[int,int,int,...]') with more than one of at least one number: ")) y=[] i=0 c=0 while i < len(x): if i in x is int: y.append(x[i]) i= i+1 else: i in x is not int z=x[0] z=z[c] y.append(z) del z[0] c= c+1 i= i print(y) I've been sitting in this computer lab for 4 hours dreading this retarded ass lab. I need this: [3, 4, 5, [2, 3], 5] To turn into this: [3, 4, 5, 2, 3, 5] With my current code, I get: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/ar0644/desktop/sample.py", line 15, in <module> z=z[c] TypeError: 'int' object is not subscriptable Thanks. Ps, I can't use for loops or any functions. I have to do it the way I am and I believe it is almost done..
  10. Can't figure this out what so ever help pl0x
  11. x= int(input("Please enter an integer: "))y= int(input("Please enter another integer: "))if x<y or x>y: print("The larger value is " + str(y) or str(x))thanks I cleaned that code up!
  12. x=input(int("Please input an integer between 1 and 4: "))y=input(int("Please input an integer between 1 and 4: "))if x is int(3) or int(4) and y is int(1) or int(2): print("here")elif x is int(1) or int(2): print("everywhere")elif x is int(3) or int(4) and y is int(3) or int(4): print("there")u wot?
  13. ty @Pinguin101 and ty @Pwningcows but I can't because I specifically need 1 if statement or I'd have had a field day with all kinds of jumbled up code I'm terrible at this rofl. Thanks guys!