How to print colored text in terminal in Python?

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How can I output colored text to the terminal in Python? What is the best Unicode symbol to represent a solid block?

Jun 5 in Python by kartik
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Hello @kartik,

You can use  Python termcolor module. Usage is pretty simple:

from termcolor import colored

print colored('hello', 'red'), colored('world', 'green')

Or in Python 3:

print(colored('hello', 'red'), colored('world', 'green'))

It may not be sophisticated enough, however, for game programming and the "colored blocks" that you want to do.

Hope it works!!

answered Jun 5 by Niroj
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