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Level Discussion > Coding Levels > Coding Level 1 > What is going on here?


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    Can somebody explain me what's the thing with this challenge? I read that the time isn't a big deal. I can write the script but...where do I put it? Also, if I use an array, I'll need it to have the words the level gave before the time expires no?

    I don't get it.
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    I feel like giving always the same answers to you the (web)server is communicating with you (the client). Do you know how? What you ask for is how to get the words and/or how to send them back? So that is what the IPO-model is doing. Input-process-output.
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    You need some practice. You can do it in many different ways, using different languages. Choose one and write your script. The main purpose here is to automate the tasks you described: get the words, do the job and then send your answer to the server. Good luck.
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    The problem is not the language or the code. I can do it in JS , PY, or even PHP. My problem is where to use .
  • feuerstein
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    JS can simply be used in the console of your browser. For python you can use pycurl for example. Do you remember HTTP request methods?
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    je parle francais
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    feuerstein sorry not sure. Will have to read on it. I mean I know what happens ,the process etc. But not sure. Or you you mean GET?POST? (I'd use a good link here.)
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    I would prefer JS so you can easily use the genuine form
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