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Can all sololearners join me in a strike to make sololearn add its own interpreter and allow us to give multiple inputs?

You may have surely suffered from this problem when you run a program that does something after the input and again needs an input. And we know that sololearn does not have it's own interpreter. So we can't execute a program that needs multiple inputs. But it's time to do something. Let our voice reach the sololearn team. We request them to please fix this issue. We want everyone to join this strike. https://code.sololearn.com/c5CWQJwEy6q5/?ref=app

2/11/2019 4:04:04 PM

Ashutosh Agrawal

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And if you don't have pc, use semi compilers available in android. Best way : use termux If your phone don't support it, use others: 1)Python - pydroid 3, Qpython 2)C++ - cppdroid 3)java - nide … But strike should be your last option in such cases. It's not that they don't want to give such features for free, they face technical problems. BTW with millions of users, some hundreds' strike won't have much meaning.

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Hello, I want to say a few things about your question. 1) Thank you for your input and for wanting to improve Sololearn. ☺ 2) I don't think that a strike would be the ideal approach for making those improvements. 3) Sololearn is a place for beginners in coding. As such a small, concise app that teaches you the basics of programming is ideal. The next step would be for you to get a real I.D.E. on you pc. 4) There's technical limitations to what solo app can do. It's written as a browser mimic, that's why web codes are the most flexible here while non web codes have severe limitations. Adding real interpreters for all other languages would make the app size huge and the app itself very slow.

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Guys IMHO the best solution for interactive input/output and GUI programming would be to use local machine to work, with an IDE that supports those features. I kinda doubt there is a remote compiler system that supports GUI programming, even if it exists, it only fits those with high-end devices and hi speed connection, because it will require large data traffic rate : )

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Not sure if a strike is the right approach.

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IIRC multiple inputs are allowed, only that we have to write them on separate lines. If you meant interactive input then it's a whole different story.

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Sorry to say it strike I mean something like nonviolent campaign only For point no 4-) yeah it will surely cause some problems but you can't ignore the problem non-web programmers face currently. Please check out the code I attached . It can't run on solo learn but is a very nice app.

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That's not the only issue, sololearn playground doesn't support GUI libraries as well!!

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Ipang I mean interactive inputs