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How to change the size of text in Python
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ThatOneGuy1234

Say, How would I change the size of the text in python. I know how to change the color of text, is it a similar way of putting a code at the beginning?

Answered by Coder100 [earned 5 cycles]
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BrynmorLees
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Coder100

Nope it's not possible because it's not practical, and very few programs would utilize it, use ASCII art instead. Colors used to be unstandardized--did you know that? And they still are today :(

The escape code could be \x1b, \033, or even \e!

Anyways, enough colors, use ascii art, it's cooler, and all programs use it!
https://fsymbols.com

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Kai_Justice

Sadly there's no way to change the text size, bolding text is the only way to make the text larger.

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styburski74

@Kai_Justice how do you bold text?

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Kai_Justice

@styburski74 Here's my favorite resource for everything involving color codes: https://ozzmaker.com/add-colour-to-text-in-python/.

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styburski74

@Kai_Justice thanks