Playing Conway’s Game of Life on Replit
As I have been studying programming for close to two years now, I have been endeavouring to improve my skills in this area. One thing that I would like to learn is simulations, which is not an entirely easy task.
One simulation that I have found is Conway’s Game of Life, which was written by John Horton Conway in 1970. The Game of Life is a zero player game, meaning that its evolution is determined by a single state and requires no further input. One interacts with the game by creating an initial configuration and then observing how it evolves.