How To Underline Text In Python
Looking for a way to print underline text in python then you are at the right place, today in this article I will show you how to underline text in python.
When I say underline text in python, I mean the python string text which gets printed in the terminal or console will print as underline text.
Print Underline Text in Python Code
print("\u0332".join("Hello")) print("\u0332".join("How are you?"))
As you can see this is just one line of python code so to test this code you can run it in an online compiler or on your computer after running you should get an underline text printed in your console like below.
H̲e̲l̲l̲o H̲o̲w̲ ̲a̲r̲e̲ ̲y̲o̲u?
So how did it print an underline text so we just used a regular print statement but with a unicode “\u0332” which makes a word underline so we use the join string method to add it to our string or text.
This was a short tutorial on how to print underline a text in python, I hope you found what you were looking for.
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