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how to get graphic commands to work for Python 3

+1 vote
asked Oct 5, 2021 by Tresa Zaragoza (130 points)
# Print Hello World to the screen
txt = Text("Hello World")
txt.set_position(25, 100)
txt.set_font("50pt Arial")

1 Answer

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answered Oct 6, 2021 by Peter Minarik (88,520 points)
I'm not familiar with the Text class. However, it sounds like you need a windowing system for this and as such, the OnlineGDB probably won't support it as it works on a console (standard output) only.
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