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Getting Your Screen Resolution with Python

I was recently looking into ways to get my screen resolution with Python to help diagnose an issue with an application that wasn’t behaving correctly. In this article, we’ll look at some of the ways to get your screen resolution. Not all of the solutions will be cross-platform, but I’ll be sure to mention that …

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A bbfreeze Tutorial – Build a Binary Series!

The bbfreeze package also allows us to create binaries, but only on Linux and Windows. It’s just an easy_install away, so if you plan on following along with the examples in the article, you should go get it. The bbfreeze package includes egg support, so it can include egg dependencies in your binary, unlike py2exe. …

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Python Text-to-Speech: Making Your PC Talk

Soon after getting hired at my current job, my boss sent me a script (which I think was based on this article) about Python and a certain text-to-speech module called pyTTS. This was right after Python 2.5 had released. Anyway, it’s basically a nice wrapper over the win32com module which can communicate with the Microsoft …

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