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This challenge involves drawing pictures on a screen or generating image files. For pure ASCII art contests, use [ascii-art] instead. If participants can choose between graphics and ASCII art, use both tags. For images as input, use [image-processing].

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Python and Matplotlib - 66 65 chars from pylab import*;title('Hello world!');axis('off');savefig('X') Bit of whitespace, but it has the text and nothing else. File is saved as X.png:
answered Feb 3 '14 by Nick T
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Python 3: 974 chars [nb] Further beat with the ugly stick, see notebook on GH-Gist. Python 3 has built-in ASCII-85 encoding, which helps with the zipped saus. 3's more advanced built-in compression a …
answered Feb 5 '14 by Nick T