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The various escape codes you can use to color output to StdOut from Node JS
// Colors reference
// You can use the following as so:
// console.log(colorCode, data);
// console.log(`${colorCode}some colorful text string${resetCode} rest of string in normal color`);
//
// ... and so on.
export const reset = "\x1b[0m"
export const bright = "\x1b[1m"
export const dim = "\x1b[2m"
export const underscore = "\x1b[4m"
export const blink = "\x1b[5m"
export const reverse = "\x1b[7m"
export const hidden = "\x1b[8m"
export const black = "\x1b[30m"
export const red = "\x1b[31m"
export const green = "\x1b[32m"
export const yellow = "\x1b[33m"
export const blue = "\x1b[34m"
export const magenta = "\x1b[35m"
export const cyan = "\x1b[36m"
export const white = "\x1b[37m"
export const BGblack = "\x1b[40m"
export const BGred = "\x1b[41m"
export const BGgreen = "\x1b[42m"
export const BGyellow = "\x1b[43m"
export const BGblue = "\x1b[44m"
export const BGmagenta = "\x1b[45m"
export const BGcyan = "\x1b[46m"
export const BGwhite = "\x1b[47m"
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4D1G06 commented May 20, 2019

These do work on C#, so thumbs up to this !

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