I'm working on a basic program to display a clock in the terminal by using the Time library to get the time, then by build a display from ASCII ART style numbers stored in variables. I think most of this idea is worked out except I would the user to be able to close the program by pressing the 'q' button. It seems there basic way to do this built in Python so it may need another module installed with Pip.
If I import a module with Pip installer, how would I share my program without making the user go through the same extra step?
For now my clock works counting test and I"m working on making it count in ASCII ART like this, but I can only cancel the Loop with Control-C.
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I looked for it again tonight, to see if the page may have been included either in a lesson before or after. The webpage has an h1 of "Display none, visibility and floats". I can't find it anywhere, and, really would like to see it, because of its float demonstration.