pyfiglet

An implementation of figlet written in Python (by pwaller)

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  • echo -e doesn't work
    1 project | /r/bash | 27 Apr 2023
    btw there's also python's native pyfiglet https://github.com/pwaller/pyfiglet
  • CS50P WEEK 4 FRANK, IAN AND GLENS LETTERS PSET.
    1 project | /r/cs50 | 17 Nov 2022
    Sorry, just noticed you said you went to github. The way I found it was by going to the intro page (I don't really consider what's you're quoting to be docs), then going to github and then explored that. You yourself slightly missed it on github, it is in the the __init__.py file: https://github.com/pwaller/pyfiglet/blob/master/pyfiglet/__init__.py . There's also another docs file in that project but that is mostly for developers that are working on library itself, not users.
  • Making a command-line rpg in python (Day 1)
    1 project | dev.to | 4 Feb 2022
    While researching on how I could make my "welcoming" message look a bit more fancy and unique, I stumbled across the pyfiglet library! It allows for a great way of adding amazing text to your command-line interface:
  • pyfiglet VS python-asciistuff - a user suggested alternative
    2 projects | 15 Jan 2022
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