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Jun 11, 2017 · 1 min read

colorama allows you to print text in color on the terminal.


- Cross platform (Windows, *nix)
- Works with Python 3.x
- Is an active open source project.

I use colorama while debugging. Currently working on a software that produces logs sized 1–2GBs per day, tail -f coupled with colorama allows for quick visual identification of messages as thosands of lines scroll by.

Here is simple code snippet to get you started.

colorama code snippet

Head to to know more about the features it offers.


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