How can I print the string in different color?

Hai Friends,
How can I print the string in different color in Ruby.
For example,we can take c program,I c program we are having the printing
foramts with lot of colors.

by
vellingiri

Arul hari a écrit :

Hai Friends,
How can I print the string in different color in Ruby.
For example,we can take c program,I c program we are having the printing
foramts with lot of colors.

by
vellingiri
gem install colorize

Does the word “color” looked very strange to anyone else?

On Oct 23, 2007, at 4:49 AM, Arul hari wrote:

Hai Friends,
How can I print the string in different color in Ruby.
For example,we can take c program,I c program we are having the
printing
foramts with lot of colors.

Check out the HighLine library for that!

Example:

say(“This should be <%= color(‘red’, :red) %>!”)

notice the hacky use of erb in the string. Sly move there, JEG & Greg!

Also, once you install it, you can try a cool little hack I have (in
honor of me not doing my chemistry homework):
module Kernel
def color(string, color)
return HighLine.new.color(string, color)
end
end

say color(“hooray! red!”, :red)

that way you don’t have to use erb.

~ Ari
English is like a pseudo-random number generator - there are a
bajillion rules to it, but nobody cares.

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