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How do i change the size of my printed text on python?
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isaiah08

All the answers i have found so far is about making the code look larger. Is it possible to code my text so that it looks larger when somebody runs the progrma?
Note: I know how to do this on HTML. How do you do it on Python?

Answered by Highwayman [earned 5 cycles]
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Highwayman

You cannot change the console font size.

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Highwayman

@Highwayman
you can do ascii art tho I guess.

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isaiah08

@Highwayman
what is ascii art and how do you do it?

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@isaiah08
It’s where you use monospace characters to make pictures.

For example a mouse:

<3( )~~
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Highwayman

@isaiah08
you can make big characters using ascii art.

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isaiah08

@Highwayman
ok, thanks so much!

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Highwayman

@isaiah08
yw! :)

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isaiah08

@Highwayman
Can you give me an example of a program with ascii art?

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Highwayman

@isaiah08
🤷‍♂️ I don’t really remember. You can just look for any arcade game on here and you’ll probably find one. Here I’ll look for one and send you a link.

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isaiah08

@Highwayman
Thanks!!!

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CodingCactus

OMG hi

@Highwayman
you're back!
where you go?

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@CodingCactus
ope lol hi sorry. Lack of coding has allowed the return of my seriously time consuming reading obsession lol sry bout that....