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Bold characters in a file using Shell script

Hi,

When I am running below mentioned script then the characters become bold but after opening the same file in Windows, Instead of getting bold characters i am getting some garbage value for \033[1m and \033[0m.

Script:

$ cat > temp.sh
echo " User Name: \033[1m $User_Name\033[0m" > temp.csv

Output in UNIX:

cat temp.csv

Your Name: Kunal Dixit

Output in Windows (after ftp the file):

but in windows , i am getting
My name is  Kunal Dixit

Is it possible to get the bold characters in windows also.
Thanks for your suggestions.

Regards,
Kunal
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