Create a function that pulls a picture from a URL and creates a thumbnail saved on your local machine. Since this assignment specifies the picture should be saved as a "thumbnail," the full answer should include a function that decreases the image to a thumbnail size (saveThumbnail2). However, if the picture pulled from a URL was a thumbnail originally, your function should just save the image without resizing (saveThumbnail1). Review the program presented in Ch. 13.2 Program 163, "Writing Programs to Generate HTML," of Introduction to Computing and Programming in Python. Zip your Python .py file and submit the.zip file so the code can be validated. 2. Given a folder with images in it, create an HTML page named index.html that contains links to each JPEG file in the directory as follows: Write a function that creates a string of the path to a directory. Generate a thumbnail (half the size) copy of each image. Use makeEmptyPicture to create a blank picture in the correct size, then scale down the original picture into the blank picture. Name the new image "half-" + the original filename (e.g., if the original filename was fred.jpg, save the half-size image as half-fred.jpg). The anchor in the link to each full-size picture should be the half-size image. Review Ch. 13, "Making Text for the Web," of Introduction to Computing and Programming in Python. Zip your Python .py file and submit the.zip file so the code can be validated.
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