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How to use a display in python

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asked Apr 13 by Alan Freeman-Johnson (190 points)
I am trying to make things using pygame for python, I am having trouble using the display, does anyone know how to do this

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answered Apr 18 by Peter Minarik (53,530 points)
Probably you won't be able to do graphics (only characters) via OnlineGDB. :(
asked May 8 by Abhikash Bhagat (130 points) is c++ and oops are same?? i
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answered May 5 by userdotexe (1,310 points)
edited 7 minutes ago by userdotexe

Use the tutorials under General Tutorials and Pygame Tutorials on Specific Topics on https://www.pygame.org/wiki/tutorials (if you're using Pygame on a computer, like Python for Windows/Mac/etc.)... they may be able to help you.

Currently, OnlineGDB doesn't support graphics (so Java Swing, or Pygame/Tkinter/Turtle/Karel, etc.), it only has an online HTML viewer, and Output/Input terminal/console.


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