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import random
import Image
import ImageFont
import ImageDraw
import ImageFilter

def gen_captcha(text, fnt, fnt_sz, file_name, fmt='JPEG'):
	"""Generate a captcha image"""
	# randomly select the foreground color
	fgcolor = random.randint(0,0xffff00)
	# make the background color the opposite of fgcolor
	bgcolor = fgcolor ^ 0xffffff
	# create a font object 
	font = ImageFont.truetype(fnt,fnt_sz)
	# determine dimensions of the text
	dim = font.getsize(text)
	# create a new image slightly larger that the text
	im = Image.new('RGB', (dim[0]+5,dim[1]+5), bgcolor)
	d = ImageDraw.Draw(im)
	x, y = im.size
	r = random.randint
	# draw 100 random colored boxes on the background
	for num in range(100):
	# add the text to the image
	d.text((3,3), text, font=font, fill=fgcolor)
	im = im.filter(ImageFilter.EDGE_ENHANCE_MORE)
	# save the image to a file
	im.save(file_name, format=fmt)

if __name__ == '__main__':
	"""Example: This grabs a random word from the dictionary 'words' (one
	word per line) and generates a jpeg image named 'test.jpg' using
	the truetype font 'porkys.ttf' with a font size of 25.
	words = open('words').readlines()
	word = words[random.randint(1,len(words))]
	gen_captcha(word.strip(), 'porkys.ttf', 25, "test.jpg")


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