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A simple Python module to colorize your Linux terminal

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clicolors - Command Line Interface::Colors


>>> from clicolors import colorize

Example 1

>>> print colorize('Example text 1', fg='blue',bg='red',attr='bold')

Example 2

>>> print colorize('Example text 2', 'blue','red','bold')

Example 3

>>> print colorize('Example text 3', fg='yellow')

Example 4

>>> print colorize('Example text 4', 'yellow')

Example 5

>>> print colorize('Example text 5', bg='green')

Example 6

>>> print colorize('Example text 6',attr='underline')

Example 7

>>> print colorize('Example text 6',bg='cyan',attr='underline',fg='black')

Example: clicolors Demo

>>> from clicolors import colorize, COLORS, ATTRIBUTES
>>> print colorize('clicolors : A simple Python module to colorize your Linux terminal',fg='black',bg='white',attr='underline')
>>> print ('Foreground: '+' '.join([colorize(color, fg=color) for color in COLORS]))
>>> print ('Background: '+' '.join([colorize(color, bg=color) for color in COLORS]))
>>> print ('Attributes: '+' '.join([colorize(attributes, attr=attributes) for attributes in ATTRIBUTES]))

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