Python to Auto Draw with Full Source Code For Beginners

This Simple Project Was Made To Learn Python Library Functions Like pyatogui & time.

Run:

  • Make sure you have Python 3.7.x or latest installed, if not, click here to install!
  • Install PyAutoGUI: 
pip install pyautogui
  • Open Command Line or Terminal
  • Change directory to a respective game: 
cd "Desktop\PythonAutoDraw"
Code language: JavaScript (javascript)
  • Run: 
python python-auto-draw.py
Code language: CSS (css)

Basics:

>>> import pyautogui >>> screenWidth, screenHeight = pyautogui.size() # Get the size of the primary monitor. >>> currentMouseX, currentMouseY = pyautogui.position() # Get the XY position of the mouse. >>> pyautogui.moveTo(100, 150) # Move the mouse to XY coordinates. >>> pyautogui.click() # Click the mouse. >>> pyautogui.click(100, 200) # Move the mouse to XY coordinates and click it. >>> pyautogui.click('button.png') # Find where button.png appears on the screen and click it. >>> pyautogui.move(0, 10) # Move mouse 10 pixels down from its current position. >>> pyautogui.doubleClick() # Double click the mouse. >>> pyautogui.moveTo(500, 500, duration=2, tween=pyautogui.easeInOutQuad) # Use tweening/easing function to move mouse over 2 seconds. >>> pyautogui.write('Hello world!', interval=0.25) # type with quarter-second pause in between each key >>> pyautogui.press('esc') # Press the Esc key. All key names are in pyautogui.KEY_NAMES >>> pyautogui.keyDown('shift') # Press the Shift key down and hold it. >>> pyautogui.press(['left', 'left', 'left', 'left']) # Press the left arrow key 4 times. >>> pyautogui.keyUp('shift') # Let go of the Shift key. >>> pyautogui.hotkey('ctrl', 'c') # Press the Ctrl-C hotkey combination. >>> pyautogui.alert('This is the message to display.') # Make an alert box appear and pause the program until OK is clicked
Code language: PHP (php)

Source Code:

python-auto-draw.py

import pyautogui import time # time to change tabs from editor to paint; time.sleep(10) # it will remain clicked till program ends; pyautogui.click() # can be varied according to convininence distance = 250 while distance > 0: # right pyautogui.dragRel(distance, 0, duration = 0.1) distance -= 5 # down pyautogui.dragRel(0, distance, duration = 0.1) # left pyautogui.dragRel(-distance, 0, duration = 0.1) distance -= 5 #up pyautogui.dragRel(0, -distance, duration = 0.1)
Code language: PHP (php)

Output:

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