Formatted text in Linux Terminal (using Python)

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This article demonstrates how to print formatted text in Linux terminal using Python programming language.

Formatted text(also called styled text or rich text) as opposed to plain text, has styling information like:
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Twitter Sentiment Analysis with Python

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This article covers the sentiment analysis of any topic by parsing the tweets fetched from Twitter using Python.


What is sentiment analysis?
Sentiment Analysis is the process of ‘computationally’ determining whether a piece of writing is positive, negative or neutral. It’s also known as opinion mining, deriving the opinion or attitude of a speaker.

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Packaging and publishing your python code!

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If you have been coding in python, even for a while, you must be familiar with the concept of ‘pip’ by now. It is a package management system used to install and manage software packages/libraries written in Python.
Then one may ask that where are all these packages/libraries stored? It is obvious that there must be a large “on-line repository” which stores all this code. And the answer to this question is Python Package Index (PyPI).

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