Problem with infinite loop on sarven treasure 6

I always get infinite loop error message please help if u can i will post my code later

Can you post your code?

What level are you on? Etc . 1 , 2 , 3
Since this is a brawl, the best we can help you with is to figure out your infinite loop, then we cannot help you no more.

@iLuvCookies and @Lydia_Song I will post my code asap but I need to finish homework and laundry
also thanks for coming!also @Lydia_Song I have subscribed to your channel

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wait @Lydia_Song has a YT if u tell me what it is i’ll check it out.

@098765432123 here is my code

Edited in order to avoid copying. Sincerely yours, Alexbrand.
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one thing i notice (thats not a problem with the code) but you use self then switch to hero why do you do that? (im at church i’ll help when im done if i can)

what i mean is why do you use self. then switch back to hero. don’t you normally use hero. and not self?

also I reset so I can not access the level

[SOLVED] The game dose not let me in a level it just infinitely load?

I tested the code as described here:How to test code and give help?
with this user:
the result is:
Congratulation! Hats down!!! :+1:
The problem isn’t the code
If you do not want to be copied countless times, delete the entire post.


Personally me use both self and hero)

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thanks it worked(20chars)

You can define teleports as vectors and just use

teleport = hero.findNearest(teleports)

It seems to me the way Riticmaster finds the nearest portal is more efficient - with too many calculations the browser crashes

Well that makes sense.

Uhm, wait a sec.
I meant smth like this:

    t2 = Vector(77,50)
    t3 = Vector(5,50)
    t4 = Vector(77,19)
    t6 = Vector(5,19)
    teleports =[t2, t3, t4, t6]
    teleport = hero.findNearest(teleports)

Does it need many calculations?

hero.findNearest(teleports) is a loop between hero and some points finding distances between them
and sqrt is computational hungry

def calcDistance(x1,y1,x2,y2):  
     dist = math.sqrt((x2 - x1)**2 + (y2 - y1)**2)  
     return dist
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Oh, I see. Thank you very much for clarifying.

It is in my profile (click on my profile picture)
And thanks @riticmaster9087!

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