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Fundamentals of Image Manipulation with Python

# Draw a Line

In `OpenCV`

, the `cv2.line()`

function is used to **draw a line** on an image. The function takes five required parameters:

- the image to be modified;
- the starting point of the line (specified as a
**tuple**of x and y coordinates); - the ending point of the line (specified as a
**tuple**of x and y coordinates); - the color of the line (specified as a
**tuple**of Red, Green, Blue values); - the thickness of the line.

Task

- Use the correct function to draw a line on
`image1`

.

Task

- Use the correct function to draw a line on
`image1`

.

Everything was clear?

In `OpenCV`

, the `cv2.line()`

function is used to **draw a line** on an image. The function takes five required parameters:

- the image to be modified;
- the starting point of the line (specified as a
**tuple**of x and y coordinates); - the ending point of the line (specified as a
**tuple**of x and y coordinates); - the color of the line (specified as a
**tuple**of Red, Green, Blue values); - the thickness of the line.

Task

- Use the correct function to draw a line on
`image1`

.

Section 1. Chapter 10