I am trying to get an image with my python application output.
please give me that process.
Can you please post a smart question? You included no details about this "python application output" or anything about your program as it is. Then maybe I'll help.
Here is a Python output with an image:
# draw a flower with module turtle import turtle as tu tu.title('I call this one Flower') # values for speed are 'fastest' (no delay), 'fast', (delay 5ms), # 'normal' (delay 10ms), 'slow' (delay 15ms), and 'slowest' (delay 20ms) tu.speed('fastest') #turtle.color((.3,.5,.3)) tu.color('red') tu.width(2) radius = 180 # size of circle --> length of petal extent = 70 # number of degrees in arc --> width of petal angle = 0 # start out with a horizontal petal x1 = 0 # location in X direction y1 = -20 # location in Y direction def flower(): tu.up() tu.goto(x1,y1) tu.setheading(angle) tu.left(extent/2) tu.down() tu.circle(-radius, extent) tu.up() tu.goto(x1,y1) tu.down() tu.setheading(angle) tu.right(extent/2) # fills half the flower petal tu.begin_fill() tu.circle(radius, extent) tu.end_fill() tu.up() tu.goto(x1,y1) tu.setheading(angle) tu.down() for angle in range(-45, 135, 45): radius = radius + 20 flower() for angle in range(135, 270, 45): radius = radius - 20 flower() tu.color('blue') tu.up() tu.goto(-60, -170) tu.write("Fowers are beautiful!") tu.up() tu.setheading(90) tu.goto(0, -15) # keep showing until corner x is clicked tu.done()
Here is an example that actually creates a jpeg image file of your labor:
# drawing with PIL (Python Image Library) # draw and save a small French flag (blue, white, red) from PIL import Image, ImageDraw # create a new 24x16 pixel image surface (default is black bg) img = Image.new("RGB", (24, 16)) # set up the new image surface for drawing draw = ImageDraw.Draw (img) # draw a blue rectangle # x1, y1 are upper left corner coordinates here w = 8 h = 16 x1 = 0 y1 = 0 draw.polygon([(x1,y1), (x1+w,y1), (x1+w,y1+h), (x1,y1+h)], fill='blue') # draw a white rectangle w = 8 h = 16 x1 = 8 y1 = 0 draw.polygon([(x1,y1), (x1+w,y1), (x1+w,y1+h), (x1,y1+h)], fill='white') # draw a red rectangle w = 8 h = 16 x1 = 16 y1 = 0 draw.polygon([(x1,y1), (x1+w,y1), (x1+w,y1+h), (x1,y1+h)], fill='red') img.save("french_flag.jpg") # optionally look at the image you have drawn img.show()
Thank you very much sneekula. I got some useful information from the code which you have sent to me. I understood some thing about PIL(Python Image Library).
But , i have developed a login screen by using Tkinter which has user name and password as text fields and one login button. After that i have developed some screens which are in navigation process. Now i want to place a particular logo which is a .jpg file on every screen top left corner. Is there any solution? Can we reach this target with this PIL module? Please give me a valuable reply..
There should be some sort of static bitmap within Tkinter that you can place on these screens (if they are, in fact, Tkinter windows).
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Here is a Python output with an image:
# draw a flower with module turtle import turtle as tu tu.title('I call this one Flower')
heh heh, that's awesome. The doc page for the turtle module:
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