Fix Python – tqdm printing to newline

I’m working on a small command-line game in python where I am showing a progress bar using the tqdm module. I listen for user input using the msvcrt module to interrupt the progress. Once interrupted, the user can restart by entering ‘restart’ into the command line prompt. The second time the progress bar is shown, instead of updating the same lin….

Fix Python – Can I add message to the tqdm progressbar?

When using the tqdm progress bar: can I add a message to the same line as the progress bar in a loop?
I tried using the “tqdm.write” option, but it adds a new line on every write. I would like each iteration to show a short message next to the bar, that will disappear in the next iteration. Is this possible?

Fix Python – Multiprocessing : use tqdm to display a progress bar

To make my code more “pythonic” and faster, I use multiprocessing and a map function to send it a) the function and b) the range of iterations.
The implanted solution (i.e., calling tqdm directly on the range tqdm.tqdm(range(0, 30))) does not work with multiprocessing (as formulated in the code below).
The progress bar is displayed from 0 to 100% ….

Fix Python – tqdm in Jupyter Notebook prints new progress bars repeatedly

I am using tqdm to print progress in a script I’m running in a Jupyter notebook. I am printing all messages to the console via tqdm.write(). However, this still gives me a skewed output like so:

That is, each time a new line has to be printed, a new progress bar is printed on the next line. This does not happen when I run the script via terminal…..