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How to modify font size when print out to screen?

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hi,

i'm using Python 2.5 and Windows XP. i'm wondering whether is a way to enlarge the font size when print out to CMD window. For eg: print "Hello World". It will print out with standard size in the CMD window. Is there a way in python to enlarge the font size?

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maximus
Jan 11 '11 #1

✓ answered by bvdet

I don't think so. Python has no control over the operating system CMD window that I am aware of.

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I don't think so. Python has no control over the operating system CMD window that I am aware of.
Jan 11 '11 #2

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