2.Open the software and you can see through the player's cards
4.Set to change your own deck
6.Calibration ASCLL code
7.Automatic postponement in case of network delay or crash
Python Foundation Stage
Installing Python in Section 1
Why install Python
I don't know if you dudes and dudettes have ever thought about this. Why should the first step in learning a programming language start with installation? If that thought ever crosses your mind, then give yourself a round of applause, success means you have a lot of potential because you had a hard time convincing yourself you were a layman! Hahahahahaha, just kidding!
Clicking on [Windows] or [Mac] will take you to the download options screen. Because mine is a Win10 system. So let's share the whole process of installing Python 3.7 under [Windows] as an example.
Click [Download] of Python 3.7.0 to enter the following Figure 1, choose the version that suits your computer's operating system bit (32-bit or 64-bit OS), if you don't know the bit number of your system, right-click My Computer and then check it, as shown in Figure 2 below, mine is a 64 micro OS, download the one marked in red in Figure 1, if it is 32-bit, download Windows x86 executable installer.