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The entire table of ANSI color codes working in C!
/*
* This is free and unencumbered software released into the public domain.
*
* For more information, please refer to <https://unlicense.org>
*/
//Regular text
#define BLK "\e[0;30m"
#define RED "\e[0;31m"
#define GRN "\e[0;32m"
#define YEL "\e[0;33m"
#define BLU "\e[0;34m"
#define MAG "\e[0;35m"
#define CYN "\e[0;36m"
#define WHT "\e[0;37m"
//Regular bold text
#define BBLK "\e[1;30m"
#define BRED "\e[1;31m"
#define BGRN "\e[1;32m"
#define BYEL "\e[1;33m"
#define BBLU "\e[1;34m"
#define BMAG "\e[1;35m"
#define BCYN "\e[1;36m"
#define BWHT "\e[1;37m"
//Regular underline text
#define UBLK "\e[4;30m"
#define URED "\e[4;31m"
#define UGRN "\e[4;32m"
#define UYEL "\e[4;33m"
#define UBLU "\e[4;34m"
#define UMAG "\e[4;35m"
#define UCYN "\e[4;36m"
#define UWHT "\e[4;37m"
//Regular background
#define BLKB "\e[40m"
#define REDB "\e[41m"
#define GRNB "\e[42m"
#define YELB "\e[43m"
#define BLUB "\e[44m"
#define MAGB "\e[45m"
#define CYNB "\e[46m"
#define WHTB "\e[47m"
//High intensty background
#define BLKHB "\e[0;100m"
#define REDHB "\e[0;101m"
#define GRNHB "\e[0;102m"
#define YELHB "\e[0;103m"
#define BLUHB "\e[0;104m"
#define MAGHB "\e[0;105m"
#define CYNHB "\e[0;106m"
#define WHTHB "\e[0;107m"
//High intensty text
#define HBLK "\e[0;90m"
#define HRED "\e[0;91m"
#define HGRN "\e[0;92m"
#define HYEL "\e[0;93m"
#define HBLU "\e[0;94m"
#define HMAG "\e[0;95m"
#define HCYN "\e[0;96m"
#define HWHT "\e[0;97m"
//Bold high intensity text
#define BHBLK "\e[1;90m"
#define BHRED "\e[1;91m"
#define BHGRN "\e[1;92m"
#define BHYEL "\e[1;93m"
#define BHBLU "\e[1;94m"
#define BHMAG "\e[1;95m"
#define BHCYN "\e[1;96m"
#define BHWHT "\e[1;97m"
//Reset
#define reset "\e[0m"
#define CRESET "\e[0m"
#define COLOR_RESET "\e[0m"

Regular Colors

Value Color
\e[0;30m Black
\e[0;31m Red
\e[0;32m Green
\e[0;33m Yellow
\e[0;34m Blue
\e[0;35m Purple
\e[0;36m Cyan
\e[0;37m White

Bold

Value Color
\e[1;30m Black
\e[1;31m Red
\e[1;32m Green
\e[1;33m Yellow
\e[1;34m Blue
\e[1;35m Purple
\e[1;36m Cyan
\e[1;37m White

Underline

Value Color
\e[4;30m Black
\e[4;31m Red
\e[4;32m Green
\e[4;33m Yellow
\e[4;34m Blue
\e[4;35m Purple
\e[4;36m Cyan
\e[4;37m White

Background

Value Color
\e[40m Black
\e[41m Red
\e[42m Green
\e[43m Yellow
\e[44m Blue
\e[45m Purple
\e[46m Cyan
\e[47m White

High Intensty

Value Color
\e[0;90m Black
\e[0;91m Red
\e[0;92m Green
\e[0;93m Yellow
\e[0;94m Blue
\e[0;95m Purple
\e[0;96m Cyan
\e[0;97m White

Bold High Intensty

Value Color
\e[1;90m Black
\e[1;91m Red
\e[1;92m Green
\e[1;93m Yellow
\e[1;94m Blue
\e[1;95m Purple
\e[1;96m Cyan
\e[1;97m White

High Intensty backgrounds

Value Color
\e[0;100m Black
\e[0;101m Red
\e[0;102m Green
\e[0;103m Yellow
\e[0;104m Blue
\e[0;105m Purple
\e[0;106m Cyan
\e[0;107m White

Reset

Value Color
\e[0m Reset
\e[0m CRESET
\e[0m COLOR_RESET
#include "ANSI-color-codes.h"
#include <stdio.h>
int main(){
printf(BRED "Hey this is the color red, and it's bold! \n" reset);
printf(RED "If" BLU "you" YEL "are" GRN "bored" CYN "do" MAG "this! \n" reset);
printf(BRED "If" BBLU "you" BYEL "are" BGRN "bored" BCYN "do" BMAG "this! \n" reset);
printf(URED "If" UBLU "you" UYEL "are" UGRN "bored" UCYN "do" UMAG "this! \n" reset);
return 0;};
@Siavash1291
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When I utilize this library, it functions properly in the VS Code console. However, when I execute the console application in Windows CMD, the boldness of the texts is not displayed. Only the colors and backgrounds are shown.

@Alilqq
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Alilqq commented Jul 10, 2023

Is there a way I can use a hex/rgb color code in ansi?

@Sh0g0-1758
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This is just what I needed. Thanks a lot.

@V1ach
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V1ach commented Nov 20, 2023

It doesn't work, help plz.
My output using this library looks like:

e[0;31m>> Select input:

>> 1 - random
>> 2 - manual
e[0m

e[0;31m appears instead of colored text. I think smth wrong with my console. I'm using Visual Studio 2019 with Windows 10. Tried to use this library on my another laptop, with the same config, but the same result. Help me plz :3

@mauro-balades
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ur terminal might just not support it

@RonaldoMiral
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Thanks a lot! It is working.😐

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