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Pgmagick write() method – Python

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  • Last Updated : 26 May, 2020
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The write() function is an inbuilt function in the Pgmagick library which is used to write an intermediate image. The current image is written to the specified filename and then processing continues using that image.

Syntax:

write(filename)

Parameters: This function accepts single parameter which is mentioned above and defined below:

  • filename: This parameter is used to specify the name of the processed image.

Return Value: This function returns the Pgmagick object.

Example 1:




from pgmagick import Image, DrawableCircle, DrawableText
from pgmagick import Geometry, Color
  
# draw the image of dimension 600 * 600
img = Image((600, 600), "gradient:# ffffff-# 12323e")
  
# invoke write function along with filename
img.write('1_a.png')

Output:

Example 2:




from pgmagick import Image, DrawableCircle, DrawableText
from pgmagick import Geometry, Color
# Draw image of dimension 600 * 600 having background green
im = Image(Geometry(600, 600), Color("# 32CD32"))
  
# invoke DrawableCircle() function
circle = DrawableCircle(100, 100, 300, 20)
  
# invoke draw() function
im.draw(circle)
  
# set font size to 40px
im.fontPointsize(40)
  
# invoke DrawableText() function
text = DrawableText(250, 450, "GeeksForGeeks")
  
# invoke draw() function
im.draw(text)
  
# invoke write function along with filename
im.write('1_b.png')

Output:

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