sleep 5 && gnome-screenshot -p
Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. The first line is a shebang. It tells the computer that this file should be executed as a Python script.
2. The second line imports the time module. This module contains functions that let you work with time.
3. The third line imports the os module. This module contains functions that let you work with the operating system.
4. The fourth line imports the subprocess module. This module contains functions that let you run other programs from your Python script.
5. The fifth line defines a function called screenshot(). This function takes no arguments.
6. The sixth line uses the time.sleep() function to pause the program for 5 seconds.
7. The seventh line uses the subprocess.call() function to run the gnome-screenshot program. The -p option tells gnome-screenshot to take a screenshot of the current window.
8. The eighth line calls the screenshot() function.