Python has enough tools to output text to the console in any color. Such output requires little skill, is implemented in a few lines of code, and is used both to highlight important information and to add beauty to text. You can make the text colored in two ways: using the built-in language tools or using libraries. Each method has advantages and disadvantages, there are also subtleties relating to changing the color of text in the Windows console.
Using the language’s built-in tools
In Python, you can format text using ANSI codes. This is a very powerful and handy tool, with its help the programmer can directly determine the color of text. ANSI codes work on most Linux distributions, but are not supported by the Windows operating system console until Windows 10. There is a separate paragraph in the article about how to run on Windows!
You can change the color of text with ANSI code in different ways, such as using functions or even writing your own ANSI wrapper class. Using ANSI codes is easy, you just need to know the basic syntax and the codes themselves. Here is an example of the code “