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A neat generic dice API.

Project description

Angda

Angda (A Neat Generic Dice API) is a dice-rolling API created in Python by Stephen Malone.

Installation

  1. Install Python 3.7 or higher.
  2. Run pip install angda.

Usage

Angda can be used on the command-line or imported as a Python library.

Command-Line

Run angda --help to see all available options.

$ angda 2d6+1
#1: 2d6+1 = 7.

$ angda 2d6+1 --quiet
7

$ angda 2d6+1 --details
Dice #1:
- String: 2d6+1.
- Fields: Dice=2, Size=6, Plus=1.
- Result: [4, 2] + 1 = 7.

Python Library

Use angda.roll for simple rolls, or the Dice class for more complex cases.

>>> import angda

>>> angda.roll('2d6+1')
7

>>> angda.roll('2d6+1', objects=True)
{'dice': Dice(2, 6, 1), 'roll': Roll(7, 1, [4, 2])}

>>> dice = angda.Dice(dice=4, size=6, plus=0)
>>> dice.roll()
Roll(7, 1, [4, 2])

Credits

Angda uses the following third-party libraries:

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