:waning_gibbous_moon: ASCII Art Phase of the Moon (Python version)

pyphoon ASCII Art Phase of the Moon (Python version) Based on the original version of Jef Poskanzer [email protected] (Twitter: @jef_poskanzer) written in Pascal in 1979 (and later translated by himself into C, and now by me i

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