Gotta love spending an hour troubleshooting some logic to figure out why my output result wasn't formatted properly. Only to discover the problem wasn't with the logic but with the fact that after doing all of that... I was passing the original value to the caller instead of the modified one. I'm a smart person.
if my part of the fediverse missed it, Terry Cavanagh published the source code for VVVVVV: http://distractionware.com/blog/2020/01/vvvvvv-is-now-open-source/ and with the existing subset of the assets for level creation being freely distributed, you have yourself a nice fun set of things to play with and port to ATMs: http://distractionware.com/blog/category/vvvvvv-make-and-play/
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While I like how clean Python looks, indents being so important sometimes trips me up. A script I've been working on this afternoon was giving me results that made no sense, and then I realized I had huge blocks of code accidentally inside of a conditional in two different places.
Though, to be clear, this is 100% a problem with me not paying attention rather than a problem with Python.