Hey all,
If you've seen my previous post, "Help (I suck @ c)", you'll see where this is going.
For those who haven't, here's the gist :
I took this basic python code :

Code:
#get input
colours = [input("Enter Charater 1 : "),input("Enter Charater 2 : ")]
colour_length = int(input("Enter desired Character length (Whole Number) : "))
pattern_length = int(input("Enter desired scarf length (Whole Number) : "))
pattern_width = int(input("Enter desired scarf width (Whole Number) : "))

#print scarf
print()
print("Here is your scarf :")
for pos in range(int(pattern_width * pattern_length)):
    print(colours[ int((pos)/colour_length) % len(colours)], end="")
    if (pos % pattern_width) == pattern_width-1:
        print("")

...and ported it to various programming languages

my goal is to port this code to as many (non esoteric) languages as possible

I have a github repo for this project here : https://github.com/Izder456/scarf

If you're lazy like me, and just want to run the code without downloading/installing, click these links (it runs in the browser) :
> For Python 3 : https://scarfpy.isaacmeyer.repl.run
> For Node.js : https://scarfjs.isaacmeyer.repl.run
> For JSF*** : https://scarfjsf.isaacmeyer.repl.run
> For C : https://scarfc.isaacmeyer.repl.run
> For C++ : https://scarfcpp.isaacmeyer.repl.run
> For Ruby : https://scarfrb.isaacmeyer.repl.run
> For Crystal : https://scarfcr.isaacmeyer.repl.run/
> For Java : https://scarfjava.isaacmeyer.repl.run
> For C# : https://scarfcs.isaacmeyer.repl.run
> For Golang : https://scarfgo.isaacmeyer.repl.run

Any ideas for more languages that are on https://repl.it/ to port this to? (I have a loooot of free time)

EDIT : I added JSF***, I know I said I'll stay away from esoteric langs but curiosity got me

EDIT2 : I added Crystal, a faster ruby-like alternative
Those languages are all pretty similar-- if you want to learn something new, may I suggest Haskell and APL?
lirtosiast wrote:
Those languages are all pretty similar-- if you want to learn something new, may I suggest Haskell and APL?

Or BrainF*ck?
beckadamtheinventor wrote:
lirtosiast wrote:
Those languages are all pretty similar-- if you want to learn something new, may I suggest Haskell and APL?

Or BrainF*ck?

i've tried brainf*** for other programs, but prefer jsf***, but i'm trying to stay away from esoteric languages, and stick to the norm

EDIT : I tried to port it to jsf***

here's the code running : https://scarfjsf.isaacmeyer.repl.run/
  
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