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Output & input in color on terminal.

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About tamcolors

tamcolors lets you change terminal colors for Mac, Linux and Windows.

Color Table:

Colors Way1 Way2
Default -1 None
Black 0 “Black”
Blue 1 “Blue”
Green 2 “Green”
Aqua 3 “Aqua”
Red 4 “Red”
Purple 5 “Purple”
Yellow 6 “Yellow”
White 7 “White”
Gray 8 “Gray”
Light Blue 9 “Light Blue”
Light Green 10 “Light Green”
Light Aqua 11 “Light Aqua”
Light Red 12 “Light Red”
Light Purple 13 “Light Purple”
Light Yellow 14 “Light Yellow”
Bright White 15 “Bright White”


from tamcolors import*

#printc(*value, sameColor = False, sep = ' ', end = '\n', bypassCTT = False)

printc("I'm Thinking 101", (11, -1))
printc("French Bread 404", (4, None), "Sing", ("Light Aqua", "red"))
printc("C","H","4","4","D",(11,15), sameColor = True)


from tamcolors import*

#inputc(value, color, bypassCTT = False)

inputc(">>> ", (3, 8))


from tamcolors import*

title = textBuffer('#', (4, 7), 110, 28), 1, 'tamcolors', background = 9)

#textBuffer(self, value, color, w, h)
#new(self, value, color, w, h)
#fill(self, value = "NC", foreground = "NC", background = "NC")
#place(self, x, y, value = "NC", foreground = "NC", background = "NC")
#drawOn(self, buffer2, x, y)

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