Category : ansi

I’m using Git Bash on Windows 10 with Windows Terminal and for this Python project, the ANSI escape sequence are not working. from colorama import init, Fore from sys import stdout init(convert=True) # code … I tried to print a test text # The code above stdout.write(‘{GREEN}Test{RESET}’.format(GREEN=Fore.GREEN, RESET=Fore.RESET) Here’s the output: ←[32mTest←[0m I’m sure that ..

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I was working on a function which looks like so: inline std::ostream& mvUp(int n,std::ostream& ss){ char u[8]; sprintf(u,"3[%dA",n); ss<<u; return ss; } and using it like so: std::cout<<mvUp(1); however it shows error: std::cout<<mvUp(1); | ^_____too few args in function call ^_______________no operator "<<" match these operands I also tried: std::cout<<mvUp(1,std::cout); but still not working. std::cout<<mvUp(1); ..

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While studying the ANSI control sequences I came across unclear behaviour. I tried to make "matrix" effect in terminal, which changes one random digit per loop iteration in a row of n 0/1 digits: #include <iostream> #include <chrono> #include <thread> const int n = 5; // row length const int pause = 50; // milliseconds ..

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I tried using the ansi codes to make the words in the cmd have color. I worked when I used the batch method system("echo [91m"); But when I do it normally std::cout << "[91m"; It just displays the asni code as text. Does anyone know why this is? How do I fix this? Source: Windows ..

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I stumbled upon an interesting issue in Windows: C:> lua > print("x1b[95mMagentax1b[0m") -[95mMagenta-[0m But if I run os.execute() even with an empty command, before it, it works as expected: C:> lua > os.system(""); print("x1b[95mMagentax1b[0m") Magenta (the last line is printed with Magenta color) Why it happens, and how can I make ANSI codes work without ..

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