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An intuitive way to color terminal text

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A simple way to color terminal text! ❤️ 💛 💚 💙 💜

Color Text

from terminology import in_red, in_yellow, in_green, in_blue, in_magenta

print(in_red("it's"), in_yellow("a"), in_green("double"), in_blue("rainbow"), in_magenta("dude..."))


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Color Text Background

from terminology import on_green, on_yellow, on_red

print(on_green("OK"), on_yellow("WARNING"), on_red("DANGER")


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Emphasize Text with Bold and Underlining

from terminology import in_bold, underlined

print(in_bold("Chapter 1"))
print("- ", underlined("Section i"))
print("- ", underlined("Section ii"), "\n")

print(in_bold("Chapter 2"))
print("- ", underlined("Section i"), '\n')


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