Questions tagged [pokemon]

Pokémon began as a Nintendo Game Boy game created by Satoshi Tajiri in the early 1990's. The concept of the Pokémon universe, in both the video games and the general fictional world of Pokémon, stems from the hobby of insect collecting.

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Handling request failure in Next.js server-side component

I have a server-side component getting an id from the url query string to fetch data before displaying it. Everything works, but the request failure handling looks off. I'm just not sure what to put ...
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CSS/Tailwind to display pokémon details

The final product is the following pokédex page, here for Bulbasaur: the blurry sprite is just a placeholder the perspective effect disappears when the mouse hovers over the text Any place where I ...
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Centering UI elements with flex, in React

I'm using React and Tailwind to generate cards like the example below. I was hoping to get feedback on the CSS rules I used, the order of the Tailwind classnames, and the HTML structure. I'm using <...
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Web scraper for pokemon prices using Selenium

I made this scraper to pull the prices of pokemon cards off tcgcollector, using a csv file from the same site. Because for some reason they don't export price. I'm looking for any kind of noobie ...
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Pokédex by a Python novice

This is my first real personal application and I'm just looking for some outside feedback. Completely built in Python, this is a Pokédex for the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series. I hope to eventually ...
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Collect Pokémon from a URL and store them in a dataframe

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Pokemon battle simulation

Started learning C++ a few weeks ago, tried to accurately simulate a Pokemon battle. Not too optimistic how it turned out, please tell me how I could improve it. Only the bare minimum(damage, accuracy,...
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Tile based movement game in Java 2D

Recent i started my fist "real" project. My goal is to code the first gen of Pokemon in Java. I have higly oriented my code on a YouTube viedo (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEKs-3GhVKQ&...
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Pokemon Soul Link tracker

I've just finished writing a program to help track Pokemon across Soul Links. The goal of the program is to take in the names of the two Pokemon alongside the route that they were caught on. The ...
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Pokemon Journey

OK, you don't really have to read it all, but I think you get the basic Idea. Does anyone have anything small that could make my code better? I just found out about "global" and "lower()". Is there ...
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OOP demonstration in C++17 using a Pokémon

I want to showcase with as minimal code as possible the basic Object-oriented programming (OOP) principles of Polymorphism, Inheritance, and Encapsulation. I know there are many more principles than ...
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Pokemon Turn Based battle (Python)

This is based off the popular Pokemon Turn Based project (here). GOAL Write a simple game that allows the user and the computer to take turns selecting moves to use against each other. Both ...
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Class constructor with async properties set from poke-api

So, this is for a clicker game I'm trying to build with Pokémon data drawn from the PokéAPI. Since I'm using Vue.js for the project, ...
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Python Class to represent a Pokemon

I have been programming with Python on-and-off for about 2 years now, even now I still find that when I look at other applications I struggle to follow along with their classes/objects. Please help me ...
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Revised version of pokemon console game

I'm back with a hopefully revised and improved version of my RPG pokemon console game! Well, it's more like a "randomized" pokemon simulation as there isn't really any kind of strategy, it's only ...
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Pokemon console game

This is another finished app of mine. It's a traditional pokemon clone simulation but very basic. Could anyone take a look and let me know what I can improve? How would you rate my app overall? ...
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Discount Pokemon Battles

I have decided to create a discount Pokemon battle simulator using a module called guizero. It's basically a wrapper for Tkinter that is easier to learn. Recently, ...
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Setting Pokemon stats

I set the stats (.ie. name, attack, defense, HP) in the __init__ method. However, I have chosen to build the self.attacks ...
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Beginner Pokedex in C++

As a clear copy of this question, I've written a Pokedex to teach myself the basics of classes, reading from files, using streams etc. I'd really appreciate some feedback on my approach as I'd like to ...
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Pokemon-style text battle game

I took a crack at making a Pokemon-style text battle game in Python 3 to practice object-oriented programming a bit, inspired this project on Reddit, but I did not follow every instruction. ...
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Pokemon battle simulator

I learned Python and Pygame and now have coded a few games. For the last few months I have been working on this "luck free" pokemon battle simulator. I feel my program runs well in the current state ...
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Registering Pokémon weaknesses

I recently answered a question that had me wondering if I could simplify this below code without creating an extra function: ...
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Pokemon search engine

I am making a simple function to find and match any possibilities what Pokémon the user wants. This is accomplished by taking in the input (what the user thinks the Pokémon is named) and compare its ...
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Basic Pokedex in C++

I recently started learning C++ about a week ago, and I made a bit of progress. In honor of Pokemon Go releasing, I decided to make a Pokedex with the original 151 Pokemon. So far I have 120 or so of ...
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Pokemon game in JavaScript

I'm practicing my JavaScript skills by trying to create a Pokemon game. So far, I've made the dataset and the functions required to work the game. Can someone help me optimize the code and tell me why ...
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Pokemon stats calculator

I have a simple working (so it's not a hypothetical stub) framework for calculating Pokemon stats that will later be incorporated in a game. It uses the LCRNG from the first game in order to be as ...
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Pokemon database utilizing pokeapi

I've just started to write jQuery and have just written my first code using Ajax calls. I'm fetching data from the pokeapi and am using it to random generate new Pokemon. I have refactored it as much ...
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Pokemon type evaluator - follow-up

I started anew and completely refactored the way I implemented Pokemon type evaluator. Also, first use of a lambda expression (Case of using it, but still don't fully grasp how it's working). I'm ...
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Pokemon type evaluator

I thought I would apply what I learned to make something fun. Its purpose is to type check Pokemon, for anyone familiar with the series. It mostly works but I have two concerns: Sometimes you write ...
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Gotta catch 'em all!

This week's challenge is essentially about fetching Json data from the Web, and deserializing it into objects. I don't have much time to devote to this one, so what I have is very basic: it displays ...
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Basic Pokedex using if-else statements

Our instructor told us to create a basic Java program using everything we've learned in class thus far (basic prints, selection structures, looping, GUI, arrays, etc) and being a Pokemon fan, I ...
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