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How do I create a passcode locked door?

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Hello. I’m entirely new to Opencomputers and Lua scripts. I’m not familiar with the language nor can I code. I would like ask how to create a automatic door to open with a passcode. I have all the components just don’t know how to make it all work! 

Thanks in advance ;)

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Make sure to change password and test side it goes 1-6. All you should need is a redstone card 

local component=require("component") --references all connected components

local r=component.redstone --Choose redstone from components list

local gpu=component.gpu --Choose gpu from components

local term=require("term") --References terminal commands


---- config section

local password="1234"

local delay=5 --time the door stays open

local side=5 --side of the door, test this



local wrong=false


while true do

  term.clear() --Clear screen

  gpu.set(1,1,"Please enter the password")

  if wrong then

    gpu.set(1,1,"Password was wrong, try again")




  local input=io.read() --wait for user input

  if input==password then

     r.setOutput(side,15) -- check if this is the correct function


     r.setOutput(side,0) -- same here





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