@tjguk:matrix.org : Thanks for the clear reply. Hmm.. I am working with a program that will have about 150 elementary-middle school kids with no coding experience, learning Python in an online environment : example:( https://hourofpython.trinket.io/a-visual-introduction-to-python#/welcome/an-hour-of-code) That's great to start.. But I am working on a project that bridges those kids AFTER they really learn some Python, to Python3 and MicroPython(esp32) using mu. And that trinket thing charges $3 per seat per month for Python3 and Pygame etc. OpenSourceRules!
I will try to get the first-phase of online students to tell us what their home computer hardware is. Hmm is there a good online app that will do that for an online user?? So I hope to have a better perspective on the need to a 32-bit installer. Not QuickCritical.
Thanks and let me know what you think...
import math class Object: def __init__(self, x, y, z): self.x = x self.y = y self.z =z Volume = x * y * z print(Volume) def area(self): Area = self.x * self.z print(area) eObject = Object
ERROR: Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement pygame<2.0,>=1.9.2 (from pgzero)
Area = self.x * self.zbut then
print(area)I think you should change
areaand you'll get a result printed. Also, you may also want to just
return area. When you instantiate the object it should look like this:
eObject = Object(x=3, y=4, z=5)etc...
eObject=Object(3, 4, 5))
@ntoll I am running Python 3.9.7 but am encountering issues much like thos reported by @urbainy.
pip3 install mu-editor==1.1.0b7
RROR: Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement mu-editor==1.1.0b7
ERROR: No matching distribution found for mu-editor==1.1.0b7
pip3 install mu-editor
RROR: Cannot install mu-editor==1.0.0, mu-editor==1.0.1, mu-editor==1.0.2 and mu-editor==1.0.3 because these package versions have conflicting dependencies.
The conflict is caused by:
mu-editor 1.0.3 depends on matplotlib==2.2.2
mu-editor 1.0.2 depends on matplotlib==2.2.2
mu-editor 1.0.1 depends on matplotlib==2.2.2
mu-editor 1.0.0 depends on matplotlib==2.2.2
To fix this you could try to:
ERROR: ResolutionImpossible: for help visit https://pip.pypa.io/en/latest/user_guide/#fixing-conflicting-dependencies
Hi Everyone, (NewBieAlert) Problem with page https://codewith.mu/en/tutorials/1.1/ (Shows available tutorials)..
One tutorial is "Adafruit Boards and Mu" click and see [Adafruit make a wide variety of a...]
Another tutorial is "MicroPython on ESP" Click and.. (it goes to the Adafruit tutorial).
MinorWish: The REPL tutorial is good. There are specific examples of the button bands for Python3 and Adafruit and BBC micro:bit
It WouldBeNice if there was one for the ESP Micropython REPL. :-)
I will leave this here for anyone who may be able to look in to it. This function shows the problem:
from time import strftime
while True: string = strftime("%H:%M:%S") print(string, end="\r") time.sleep(1)
The output should not redraw on a new line but it does... (\r should cause it to overwrite on the same line) ... Thank you tjguk
@john-kat: I haven't tried the code in Mu, yet, but I imagine that if it doesn't work it'll be to do with the fact that Mu uses a Qt-based console system rather than the command window which Python would normally use. That may (and probably does) interact differently with some control characters like the carriage return you're using there.
I'll paste your code into Mu to see if I get the same behaviour as you're seeing..