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A simple way to run terminal commands within a Python script.

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# simple_terminal
A simple way to run terminal commands within a Python script.


## Code Example
```python
from simple_terminal import Terminal

terminal = Terminal()

results = terminal.command('ls')
```

or

```python

from simple_terminal import Terminal

with Terminal() as terminal:
results = terminal.command('ls')
```

## Motivation
This library exists to run terminal commands from within a script and capture stdout to create easier automation of commonly performed tasks.

## Installation
pip install simple_terminal

## License
MIT

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