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A progressbar that works well for log files and also Jupyter notebooks

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# Progress Bar

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A progress bar that is either using TQDM for nice outputs internally, or a log-friendly replacement that works well for piping into files.

## Example

from blackhc.progress_bar import with_progress_bar

for _ in with_progress_bar(range(100000)):

The package will decide whether to use tqdm or not based on whether output is attached to a terminal or not,
or whether the cell is executed within a Jupyter Notebook or IPython terminal.

You can use `blackhc.progress_bar.use_tqdm = True/False` to force TQDM (or force disable it).

## Installation

To install using pip, use:

pip install blackhc.progress_bar

To run the tests, use:

python test

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