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colors.py: show all kinds of terminal colors at a glance
#!/usr/bin/python3
from functools import partial
def colors16():
for bold in [0, 1]:
for i in range(30, 38):
for j in range(40, 48):
print(f'\x1b[{bold};{i};{j}m {bold};{i};{j} |\x1b[0m', end='')
print()
print()
for bold in [0, 1]:
for i in range(90, 98):
for j in range(100, 108):
print(f'\x1b[{bold};{i};{j}m {bold};{i};{j} |\x1b[0m', end='')
print()
print()
def color1(c, n=0):
print(f'\x1b[{n};38;5;{c}m{c:4}\x1b[0m', end='')
def color1_sep(c):
if (c - 15) % 18 == 0:
print()
def color2(c):
print(f'\x1b[48;5;{c}m \x1b[0m', end='')
def color2_sep(c):
if (c - 15) % 36 == 0:
print()
elif (c - 15) % 6 == 0:
print(' ', end='')
def colors256(color, sepfunc):
for i in range(0, 8):
color(i)
print()
for i in range(8, 16):
color(i)
print('\n')
for i in range(16, 232):
color(i)
sepfunc(i)
print()
for i in range(232, 256):
color(i)
print('\n')
def colors_gradient():
s= '/\\' * 40
for col in range(0, 77):
r = 255 - col * 255 // 76
g = col * 510 // 76
b = col * 255 // 76
if g > 255:
g = 510 - g
print(f'\x1b[48;2;{r};{g};{b}m\x1b[38;2;{255-r};{255-g};{255-b}m{s[col]}\x1b[0m', end='')
print()
def other_attributes():
for i in range(0, 10):
print(f' \x1b[{i}mSGR {i:2}\x1b[m', end=' ')
print(' \x1b[53mSGR 53\x1b[m', end=' ') # overline
print('\n')
# https://askubuntu.com/a/985386/235132
for i in range(1, 6):
print(f' \x1b[4:{i}mSGR 4:{i}\x1b[m', end=' ')
print(' \x1b[21mSGR 21\x1b[m', end=' ')
print(' \x1b[4:3m\x1b[58;2;135;0;255mtruecolor underline\x1b[59m\x1b[4:0m', end=' ')
print(' \x1b]8;;https://askubuntu.com/a/985386/235132\x1b\\hyperlink\x1b]8;;\x1b\\')
if __name__ == '__main__':
print('basic 16 colors, foreground & background:\n')
colors16()
print('256 colors:\n')
colors256(color1, color1_sep)
print('256 colors, bold:\n')
colors256(partial(color1, n=1), color1_sep)
print('256 colors, dim:\n')
colors256(partial(color1, n=2), color1_sep)
print('256 colors, bold dim:\n')
colors256(partial(color1, n='1;2'), color1_sep)
print('256 colors, solid background:\n')
colors256(color2, color2_sep)
print('true colors gradient:\n')
colors_gradient()
print('other attributes:\n')
other_attributes()
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