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In Brief A quick list of color formatting for python output. It helps make large amount of debug / info print statements more readable... more
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 1print '\033[1;30mGray like Ghost\033[1;m'
2print '\033[1;31mRed like Radish\033[1;m'
3print '\033[1;32mGreen like Grass\033[1;m'
4print '\033[1;33mYellow like Yolk\033[1;m'
5print '\033[1;34mBlue like Blood\033[1;m'
6print '\033[1;35mMagenta like Mimosa\033[1;m'
7print '\033[1;36mCyan like Caribbean\033[1;m'
8print '\033[1;37mWhite like Whipped Cream\033[1;m'
9print '\033[1;38mCrimson like Chianti\033[1;m'
10print '\033[1;41mHighlighted Red like Radish\033[1;m'
11print '\033[1;42mHighlighted Green like Grass\033[1;m'
12print '\033[1;43mHighlighted Brown like Bear\033[1;m'
13print '\033[1;44mHighlighted Blue like Blood\033[1;m'
14print '\033[1;45mHighlighted Magenta like Mimosa\033[1;m'
15print '\033[1;46mHighlighted Cyan like Caribbean\033[1;m'
16print '\033[1;47mHighlighted Gray like Ghost\033[1;m'
17print '\033[1;48mHighlighted Crimson like Chianti\033[1;m'

A quick list of color formatting for python output. It helps make large amount of debug / info print statements more readable

The output from this script is

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Comments

about 1 year ago (14 Jun 2013 at 01:58 AM) by sravanthi
this is working in python interpreter but not in shell..
why is it soo..?
about 1 year ago (14 Jun 2013 at 12:24 PM) by Stou S.
Not really sure what you are asking. For me this works when run as a script, in ipython and the normal python shell.
9 months ago (01 Jan 2014 at 02:33 PM) by screwloose
Is there a chance you are using it in Bash?
As in the following echo statement...
echo '\033[1;33mFoo\033[1;m'
if so use -e to enable interpretation of escaped characters
result:
echo -e '\033[1;33mFoo\033[1;m'
9 months ago (01 Jan 2014 at 02:47 PM) by screwloose
Also "[1;" = bold "[0;" = normal