LStrings and ASCII-Plotter at UtilityMill.com

It seems Gregory is fond of ascii-art, as he took my scripts, and put them online at utilitymill.com.

UtilityMill.com is a cool new website, which allows you to run scripts as small web applications. What Gregory actually did, with just a few key-strokes, was turning my two scripts into web applications. While these scripts aren’t the most useful web applications in the world, I could think of a few others that are.

Gregory also thought of another use for the UtilityMill. Consider my post ‘Rhyme and Reason with Python’. Let’s say you want to try out my script as well, but you don’t want to go through the hassle of downloading it and all the required dependencies, and then figure out how to run it. If I set it up as a small web application there, I could have any reader be able to see the code and its output without any effort. I’ll be sure to try something like that in my next code-oriented post.

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