A library for center titles
Tcenter for Python
A Python library for centralization of title. In this
0.1.4.4 version of tcenter, it allows you to center the title with a number of specific spaces.
The latest stable version is available on PyPI. Either add
tcenter to your
requirements.txt file or install with pip:
pip install tcenter
After you have installed it, to use it is very simple, just import the library and use it this way:
from tcenter.center import to_center receive = to_center('Hello world', 20)
to_center, it receives a maximum of three parameters and a minimum of two. if you run the
help () command you will receive more information about:
He will return this to you at the terminal:
Help on function to_center in module tcenter.center: to_center(title, space, object='') This function is reponsible for centralizing the title. accepted at least two vestments. :param title: receive any title, only string. :param space: receive any value, only numbers. :param object: receive any object, ex: - . = ~ < > _ | between others. :return: The title centralized.
there are 3 ways for you to pass the data to
from tcenter.center import to_center receive_one = to_center('Hello world', 20) receive_two = to_center('Hello world', '20') receive_three = to_center('Hello world', 20, '=') print(receive_one) print(receive_two) print(receive_three)
This way the output would be like this:
Hello World Hello World =======Hello World=======
if you notice, the first two have no difference, but the third, it allows your title to be in the middle of the objects.
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