I have blown a fuse in my room, outlets don't work along with lights, smoke detectors, my room circuit may be blown.Help Answered
So, I was trying to connect wires to my lamp so I could switch it off while laying in bed so I didn't have to get up to turn it off, but I forgot to unplug it while connecting them. So, I connected the first wire, and then connected the second, and FWWZT a spark jumped out from the wire and everything in my room went dead. I checked my house, it was ONLY my room that had short-circuted. I think every outlet in my room is blown, nothing plugged in my room works, while it does in others. I need help repairing these outlets... Any ideas? I live in the United States, so I have 60 cycle, 230-250 V (not sure on the voltage) outlets. I can't remember the voltage right now. I checked a few of the outlets already, and they seem fine, no disconnections. The lights don't work, the smoke detector isn't on, and the outlets don't output power.
[EDIT] - Thank you all for your advice, and I will get help from an adult before doing any more with circuits