[ Solved ]Critical Matter 🙁🙁 ????
4/21/2021 2:08:25 PMAkashdeep Singh
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Probably because here sololearn editor for other Languages is console based That means you can only just write text to it (btw sl had introduced feature of inserting html and images) But a game needs a UI which cannot be rendered here So you have to install it on your pc and make a game and that would not be easier to share here in the community So convenience may be a factor
Akashdeep Singh as Arnav and Shardul already specified, SoloLearn doesn't support yet an user interface for these languages, mostly the games here are created using the input readLine or just simple games written in text. You can create interactive games with these languages, but you need another code playground (IDE) wich supports more flexibility. :)
Matthew Bro But I See Many Codes Of Python And Java And People Say It Is Game Codes But It Is Only Written Text 😟 Why???☹️
Matthew Arnav Kumar [📕Schools📚] Shardul Narawade Tapabrata Banerjee Thank You All 😁😁😁
Akashdeep Singh It is very difficult to make games using Java, Python, etc. Making using Web is much easier.
Akashdeep Singh Welcome😊
Shardul Narawade every language requires an editor to edit and run it. but the problem is sl doesnt support rendering in output. also OOP based editors aren't a things as far as i know
Akashdeep Singh Possibilities in Web in Sololearn are endless. You know and have seen that before. I suggest you to try all the other languages on PC.
Bro,We can easily make games from them ,but these all languages like Java,python,go,r .etc need editors,which is O.O.P based,Which doesn't support on Sololearn, That's why we can't see , games like that on Sololearn, Hope you get the answer!🙂🙂
Akashdeep Singh welcome 🥰
minecraft was made in java
Akashdeep Singh O.O.P is Object Oriented Programming,which controls and object with the editor
Code for other languages aside html,css and js always outputs as test
cosconcer Indeed. There's also a C++ version afaik. And it performs way better than the Java one on lower-end systems. On that note, a lot of feature-phone games are also made using Java.