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why won’t it recognise the modulo symbol??

9/19/2021 2:50:46 PM

Galen Burnett

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Galen Burnett, I've just looked at your code in the code playground and it makes no sense. You have written.... int a=(70/3)%; If you had wanted to use modulo you should have written.... int a = 70 % 3; cout << a; // output: 1

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What will not recognize where the modulo? Can you please link your code?

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What is "it"?

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Galen Burnett, Note that if you attempt to access the code playground using a tablet's browser in desktop mode it gets really buggy; to the point of being unusable. Sololearn should be accessed using the mobile app from a mobile device or from a desktop/laptop using the browser. If you attempt to access the code playground using a mobile browser in mobile mode it redirects to https://www.sololearn.com/notallowed The browser experience of Sololearn leaves a lot to be desired.

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it’s buggy and just deletes stuff I’ve written when I press enter when entering code or just skips to the next line when I press any random key. what????

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https://code.sololearn.com/cEG3U8X65AwY/?ref=app

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where you type code in

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it only lets me search for public code to share I can’t even share code that isn’t private guess i’ll make another one and make it public so i can share it

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i can’t even find it to share now that i made it public when i gave it a name —“k”.

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there it is

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Oh, okay: So you have issues with the app itself. You can't type correctly on sololearn playground and search your codes and how to share them. Do I understand this correctly?

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i know i typed it wrong, here it is corrected https://imgur.com/a/yeXguIB

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https://code.sololearn.com/cEG3U8X65AwY/?ref=app

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Well, coding on touch display is challenging. :) if you think it's a bug, send a bug report to sololearn.

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what do you mean the links don’t worK????? can’t you access imgur??

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I don't know what you mean, I just wanted to say that I find typing on touch devices challenging anyways. If you think the screen keyboard isn't working correctly, contact sololearn. imgur says page not found or something (for me)

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Watch your language. (You can edit your posts by clicking on the 3 dots.)

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The app has some bugs. Again contact sololearn. In the Q&A section are only user who try to help other users. Whether we can help depends in the problem and the completeness of your problem description. I understand your frustration. Anyways, swearing doesn't solve the problem.

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Galen Burnett, I've used bluetooth, usb, and wireless keyboards with tablets in the past. Newer versions of Android seem to have grocked the keyboard interface. this has nothing to do with the Sololearn app; it's Android (Google) that keep doing it. I've got editor apps that I had used for years on a number of different tablets, with and without external keyboards, that became unusable on newer Android devices. It becomes a nightmare trying to find the right combination of physical keyboard and Android keyboard driver that works with any given application. That combined with the restricted access to external media on newer Android devices means they are relegated to nothing more than glorified pdf readers for me. By the way I probably will not be able to see ant replies to this post. This thread already has more than 20 posts in it. When viewing Sololearn using a browser you can only see the top 20 replies, sorted by popularity. Another "feature" of the browser "user experience". I miss the old days when software worked and bugs were obscure things rather than in your face all the time. Hewlett Packard was originally a test and measurement equipment manufacturer. Legend has it that when they started getting into digital computerised systems they were short on software engineers but overstaffed with hardware engineers. So they retrained hardware guys for software. Upon reviewing their process they noticed a retrained software engineer whose code never had bugs in it. In order to find out how the engineer was doing this they brought him in for an interview. On asking him his secret he replied... "I'm an engineer. I didn't know I was allowed to make mistakes." -- True Story (allegedly)