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Python print elegant

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pyprel

Python print elegant

setup

pip install pyprel

introduction

This module provides Python rendering functionality. It can render a dictionary such that it is displayed with indentations for illustration of hierarchy:

sample information:
  name: ttH
  generator: pythia8
  cross section: 0.055519
  variables:
    zappo_n: 9001
    trk_n: 147
  number of events: 124883
  k factor: 1.0201
  ID: 169888

It can render and display logos:

  ____      _            _____ _
 / ___|___ | | ___  _ __|  ___| | _____      __
| |   / _ \| |/ _ \| '__| |_  | |/ _ \ \ /\ / /
| |__| (_) | | (_) | |  |  _| | | (_) \ V  V /
 \____\___/|_|\___/|_|  |_|   |_|\___/ \_/\_/

It can center blocks of text for terminal output (such as in a way shown for the logo above). It can render segment displays:

 _     _  _     _  _  _  _  _
| |  | _| _||_||_ |_   ||_||_|
|_|  ||_  _|  | _||_|  ||_| _|

It can render and display tables of various specified widths and column widths with various text wrapping features and delimiters:

|---------------------------------------------------|
|heading 1                |heading 2                |
|---------------------------------------------------|
|some text                |some more text           |
|---------------------------------------------------|
|lots and lots and lots   |some more text           |
|and lots and lots of text|                         |
|---------------------------------------------------|
|---------------------------|
|heading 1    |heading 2    |
|---------------------------|
|some text    |some more    |
|             |text         |
|---------------------------|
|lots and lots|some more    |
|and lots and |text         |
|lots and lots|             |
|of text      |             |
|---------------------------|
||----------------------------------------------------||
||heading 1                ||heading 2                ||
||----------------------------------------------------||
||some text                ||some more text           ||
||----------------------------------------------------||
||lots and lots and lots   ||some more text           ||
||and lots and lots of text||                         ||
||----------------------------------------------------||
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|heading 1                |heading 2                |heading 3                |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|some text                |some more text           |even more text           |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|lots and lots and lots   |some more text           |some more text           |
|and lots and lots of text|                         |                         |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|heading 1         |heading 2         |heading 3         |heading 4         |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|some text         |some more text    |even more text    |yeah more text    |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|lots and lots and |some more text    |some more text    |some more text    |
|lots and lots and |                  |                  |                  |
|lots of text      |                  |                  |                  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

It can provide color palettes, extend them and save images of them. Color palettes available can be viewed by saving images of them:

pyprel.save_images_of_palettes()

A palette can be loaded using its name:

pyprel.access_palette(name = "palette1")

A palette of colors can be extended to a required number of colors:

colors_1_extended = extend_palette(
    colors                          = colors_1,
    minimum_number_of_colors_needed = 15
)

palettes

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