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Old 03-18-2008
ksh - how to echo something in color and bold

Hi all,

I was to echo Hi in Red and Bold ; and echo There is in Green and bold

I got bold to working using tput bold but i am having hard time getting the color.

Any help is appreciated,
jak
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Old 03-18-2008
echo "\033[1;31mhi\033[m"
echo "\033[1;32mthere \033[m"
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Old 03-18-2008
What exactly change text colour and/or bold/offbold?

red: echo "\033[1;31mhi\033[m"
green: echo "\033[1;32mhi\033[m"
yellow: echo "\033[1;33mhi\033[m"
blue: echo "\033[1;34mhi\033[m"

Franci

Last edited by frajer; 03-18-2008 at 07:25 AM..
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Old 03-19-2008
ksh - how to echo something in color and bold

Here are the color codes and others:

LF="\n"; CR="\r"
INVT="\033[7m"; NORM="\033[0m"; BOLD="\033[1m"; BLINK="\033[5m"
#UNDR="\033[2m\033[4m"; EOL="\033[0K"; EOD="\033[0J"
UNDR="\033[4m"; EOL="\033[0K"; EOD="\033[0J"
SOD="\033[1;1f"; CUR_UP="\033[1A"; CUR_DN="\033[1B"; CUR_LEFT="\033[1D"
CUR_RIGHT="\033[1C"

#-- ANSI code
SCR_HOME="\033[0;0H" #-- Home of the display

BLACK_F="\033[30m"; BLACK_B="\033[40m"
RED_F="\033[31m"; RED_B="\033[41m"
GREEN_F="\033[32m"; GREEN_B="\033[42m"
YELLOW_F="\033[33m"; YELLOW_B="\033[43m"
BLUE_F="\033[34m"; BLUE_B="\033[44m"
MAGENTA_F="\033[35m"; MAGENTA_B="\033[45m"
CYAN_F="\033[36m"; CYAN_B="\033[46m"
WHITE_F="\033[37m"; WHITE_B="\033[47m"

Example: bold
echo "${BOLD}Bold test ${NORM}"

-Ramesh
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Old 03-19-2008
Thanks for all your help.
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