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Upsidedown is a simple Python module that “flips” latin characters in a string to create an “upside-down” impression. It makes extensive use of compatible latin characters as encoded in Unicode.
>>> import upsidedown >>> print upsidedown.transform('hello world!') ¡pꞁɹoʍ oꞁꞁǝɥ
Run the following to deploy the library on your system:
$ python setup.py install
This does not only install the library but also registers an executable file (on Win32 systems as upsidedown.exe in C:\Python26\Scripts\).
You can also easily use this software on the command line:
$ echo hello world\! | upsidedown ¡pꞁɹoʍ oꞁꞁǝɥ
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