Pylsy is a simple library that draws tables in the Terminal.
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Pylsy is a simple Python library for drawing tables in the terminal/console. Just two lines of code!
pip install pylsy
`Python # In the very first, pylsy needs to be imported from pylsy import pylsytable # First, you need to create a list, which will contain the table attributes: attributes=["name","age","sex","id","time"] # Then feed it to PylsyTable to create the table object: table=pylsytable(attributes) # Now populate the attributes with values. Prepare a list for the names: name=["sun","lsy","luna"] # Add the data into it: table.add_data("name",name) # If you want to insert some extra values to the same column, # you can pass a list as a parameter: table.append_data("name",["leviathan"]) # Just a single value is OK too: table.append_data("name",u"小明") # Note: everything will be coerced to unicode strings. # Now with all your attributes and values, we can create our table: print(table) # With Python 2 things are a bit trickier, since str() is ascii-only and our dear 小明 requires unicode: print(table.__str__()) # The raw unicode-enabled string. Think as `table.__unicode__()`. `