Is there a way to output text to a file in different colors on Linux?

I am outputting data to a txt file on Linux using C++. Is there a way to output a portion of a line of text in a different color?

For example, I'd like to be able to write 0.000 Watts in red.

Total Power Usage of this model: 0.000 Watts

Answers


Plain text files (*.txt) don't support color in any way. You will have to use a different format, such as RTF or HTML.


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