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Python game; Why can't I re-call my input and if/else function?


Python game; Why can't I re-call my input and if/else function?

By : a_christian_drummer
Date : November 19 2020, 03:01 PM
it should still fix some issue The problem is in your intro_action_if(). When you are calling the function to get values again, you forgot to change the string value.
ie,
code :
#intro_room_input()            #wrong

string = intro_room_input()    #right
intro_action_if(string)


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Call Python function (Flask) from JavaScript file (melonJS) game on Facebook

Call Python function (Flask) from JavaScript file (melonJS) game on Facebook


By : ninoob
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you The answer is "AJAX", but hopefully some simplified elaboration will help point you in the right direction:
You need to make some kind of JS event (clicking a link, clicking a button, an event firing in your game) trigger an asynchronous (i.e. doesn't wait for the server's response) or synchronous (i.e. wait to hear back) call to a Flask endpoint on the server (i.e. the route you set up) with a request. If you're creating a new entry, that's probably a POST request. Validate it on the server and save it to the database.
Call a user defined function given its name as a string input to another function Python 2.7

Call a user defined function given its name as a string input to another function Python 2.7


By : François Morlet
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps Functions are objects in Python. This means you can store them in dictionaries. One approach is to dispatch the function calls by storing the names you wish to call as keys and the functions as values.
So for example:
code :
import func1, func2
operation_dispatcher = {
    "func1": getattr(func1, "func1"),
    "func2": getattr(func2, "func2"),
}

def something_calling_funcs(func_name, param):
    """Calls func_name with param"""
    func_to_call = operation_dispatcher.get(func_name, None)
    if func_to_call:
        func_to_call(param)
import importlib
func_names = ["func1", "func2"]
operation_dispatch = {
    name : getattr(importlib.import_module(name), name)
    for name in func_names}

#usage
result = operation_dispatch[function_name](param)
Python Raspberry PI Guessing Game(Function call not working)

Python Raspberry PI Guessing Game(Function call not working)


By : Robert Devera
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . raw_input() retuns a string so you have to cast the input to int or compare the input with strings. Either this way:
code :
selection = raw_input("Enter your selection:")
if selection == "1":
    Random(100)
elif selection == "2":
    Random(1000)
elif selection == "3":
    Random(10000)
elif selection == "4":
    Random(100000)  
elif selection == "5":
    exit()
selection = raw_input("Enter your selection:")
if int(selection) == 1:
    Random(100)
elif int(selection) == 2:
    Random(1000)
elif int(selection) == 3:
    Random(10000)
elif int(selection) == 4:
    Random(100000)  
elif int(selection) == 5:
    exit()
    def Random(select): 
        range = "1-" + str(select)
        Correct_Guess = random.randint(1,select+1)
        Difficulty()
Python function call example([a,b,c,d])(input)

Python function call example([a,b,c,d])(input)


By : vasista rao
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out I'm relatively new to python programming, I saw this code snippet in codewarriors. Can somebody please explain this code... , Let's look at what foo(x)(y) usually means:
code :
def foo(x):
    def bar(y):
        return x + y
    return bar

print(foo(2)(3)) #prints 5
def example(functions)

    def f(input):
        for function in functions:
            input = function(input)
        return result

    return f
Python: Have a function call another function with the argument already input

Python: Have a function call another function with the argument already input


By : thussy
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help Is it possible to have a function that calls another function with the argument already input? I'm working on a project and have simplified the problem to the code below. I want to call the function "test_2" and have the input equal y then use the input as the argument for "test_1". Is this allowed with python's rules or is there another way around this problem?
code :
def test_1(X):
   if X == 1:
      print(X)

def test_2():
    y = int(input("Enter a number: "))
    if y == 1:
        test_1(y)

test_2()
Enter a number: 1
1
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