Sorry, but this is the last thing I'm gonna say to you.
I asked a simple question:
"Can someone explain this line of code to me. board = randint(0, len(board) - 1) in human-ish words"
A line of code taken from the larger block of code I listed below. which is very possible to do.
If you refuse to do this, then just let someone else answer it. It's an easy thing to do. I've already passed this lesson, I'm just wondering if someone can explain a part that wasn't explained.
Your way of "helping" does not work for me, not only because I personally don't like people who mix accusations and aggressiveness in their explanations, and think it's an effective way to teach. but because this doesn't get me closer to answering my question.
This "tough love" method of teaching is very outdated and primitive, and is terrible for beginners.
You think that if I ask a question like this I'm trying to take the easy way out? That I'm not willing to put in the work to understand this? No, some people are born with mathematically inclined brains, some people are born with brains that are able to grasp other things. I do not grasp code easily. Documentations for any coding language are very hard for me to understand.
These forums are here to help people. There are loads of people on here who are patient and understand that this is difficult for a beginner. You are not one of those people. Please step aside and let those people help.
I've worked in many jobs where I've trained people and have been trained myself. There are people who use the "tough love" method of training, and there are those who patiently explain as much as they can to the trainee. After being trained by both these types I will pick the patient trainer any day of the week.
I really don't care for lengthy internet discussions.
If you want to retaliate with one final useless comment, go ahead, as long as you please let someone else answer this question.