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This is a library for displaying curses-like windows

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# mmw Github link: http://github.com/Mm2PL/mmw ## What is it? It is a library that generates simple pseudo-graphic windows.

## How to use it? Examples:

1. Code: `python import mmw screen = mmw.Screen() window = mmw.Window('Our window') screen.add_window(window)  # Link the window to the screen window.text = "Let's add some text" window.buttons = ['And', 'some', 'buttons'] window.selectedButton = 0  # Select the first button screen.clear()  # Screen.draw() doesn't clear the screen by itself screen.draw()  # Draw the screen screen.get_char()  # Wait until the user presses a key ` Output: ` +-----------Our window-----------+ |Let's add some text             | |                                | | [>And<]  [ some ]  [ buttons ] | +--------------------------------+ ` 2. See [mmwDemo.py on github](https://github.com/Mm2PL/mmw/blob/master/mmwDemo.py)

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