Breaking from the traditional unending talk about stenography for a little bit of fun.
If you have Python on a Windows computer, you can download some simple text programs I made. I did not make Python, and you can get it from Python’s site. My programs won’t run without Python unfortunately.
When I initially made this post, I had 3 programs linked. What I decided to do was make a master program called Blade 2018. Blade is our little computer program buddy, and inside Blade 2018 is a calculator, two guessing games, a magic 8-ball, three lucky number generators, a dice roller, and a machine that says 100 nice things about you. From time to time, I may update Blade so that he can do more stuff, or to fix errors in his code.
Because of the way Dropbox works, you can see the coding of the files when you click these links. If you want to be surprised, it’s much better to just quietly download it and see what happens.
Honestly, I had written to Joshua Edwards some weeks ago when I was first reading about the bare basics of computer code. It can reteach us a valuable lesson. Garbage in, garbage out. If you do bad work, you get bad results. That reminder was worthwhile for me, and hopefully is for all reading.