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print with color on the console.

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print with color on the console.


pip install console-color


  • It allows you to register your own styles.

  • Supports fore, background, style (Bold, Italic, URL, …), and you can do permutations, really flexible.

  • Well documented, you can find all the usage form folder and console_color.ipynb


from console_color import *

# cprint(text, fg=, bg=, style=)
cprint('...', RGB.WHITE, '#ff0000', Style.BOLD + Style.URL)
cprint('...', (255, 0, 0), RGB.YELLOW, Style.BOLD + Style.URL)

# you can do permutations, for example, you only need style only then
cprint('...', style=Style.BOLD)

# combine with normal text
print('123' + cprint('...', '#ff0000', pf=False) + '~~~')


★Click me to see the HTML which is converted from ipynb


If you want to contribute, please use the release branch as the stable branch. dev is the future branch for the maintainer.

Be sure to write tests for new features. If you have any difficulties, you can ask me or discuss with me. I am glad if you want to join us.

By the way, I’m very friendly! (You can ask me questions with Chinese)

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