Dear Ofnuts. Thanks!  ;) There was a good way!

Is it OK?

> with open(file_name, 'w') as f:
>   writer = csv.writer(f)
>   writer.writerow([x1, y1, x2, y2])


2020年2月14日(金) 16:34 Ofnuts <ofn...@gmx.com>:

> Uh? You can write to a file from the script, using the regular I/O
> functions.
>
> For more structured data you can also use the built-in CSV module to
> write CSV files, and it is also possible to add excel support to the
> python runtime.
>
> On 2/14/20 8:19 AM, ShiroYuki Mot via gimp-user-list wrote:
> > On Python console, this is what you want.
> > non_empty, x1, y1, x2, y2 = pdb.gimp_selection_bounds(image)
> > See, 'gimp-selection-bounds' at Procedure Browser.
> > But, handning values to external App is not so easy.
> > If you add external library 'pyperclip' you can write to clipboard.
> > But it is one value only... Yes, maybe, not suit for you.
> > One solution is that create text layer about that.
> > Then you can copy manually.
> >
>
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