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Bash - ANSI color code for purple background with bold black text

What is the ANSI color code for a purple (or dark purple) background with black bold text (foreground). As an example, here is cyan with black bold text: echo -e "\e[30;1;46mExample\e[0m" After ...
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How to “echo” colored messages without “-e” option nor intermediate variable?

I really struggle understanding the behavior of echo (and others such commands) while processing ANSI escape codes to print colored messages. I know I can use the -e option like this: echo -e "\e[...
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Clearing a line when terminal window is narrowed

Consider the following code (written in PHP, but that's not important. Answers may use pure Bash). The goal is to fill a terminal line with characters for the entire width of the line. Now, if you ...
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Display ANSI colours with curl?

I'm currently trying to curl some raw text and have it displayed with interpreted ANSI colours in the Terminal. Currently, when I run curl http://example.com/test.txt (not the actual URL), it simply ...
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How can I make ANSI RGB color codes bold?

I've been learning how to customize my prompt with colors. I understand that you can define red text with \e[0;31m and define an RGB color (in the following example, R=255, G=95, B=255) as \e[38;2;...
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Changing the color of colored outputs

My terminal has a white background. When commands print yellow text to the terminal, I can't see the text clearly (due to low contrast). I thought: wouldn't it be great if all the yellow text that ...
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What type of encoding do these ANSI artworks use?

I've found this website; it has zip files (links on the main page) with all the artworks. Some of them have an .ans extension and they look like ANSI escape codes used on Linux/Unix, but when I open ...
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What is the ANSI escape equivalent of `tput sgr0`?

To avoid a subshell, what are the ANSI escape equivalents of tput sgr0 for an ANSI-compatible terminal?
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How to change colors as user in Redhat linux server (iterm2, ssh)

My school server is Redhat 7.4 and I really hate the default colors which are printed in ls. bold and dark colors with a black backround is really hard for me to see any file names. I am currently ...
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Bash: print invisible timestamp in PS1

My current PS1 looks like this: ╭dotfiles ╰(ivan)• I'd like to add an invisible timestamp to it, so I can select/highlight it with the cursor when I want to see what time a command ran, but not ...
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ANSI in BitchX not displaying properly

I am attempting to get ANSI to display properly in a screen session using Iterm2 on OS X, the default TERM is set to screen.xterm-256color I tried export TERM=vt100 and export TERM=ansi and ...
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ansi: two fast questions about this term

I'm a little confused about ANSI and sql. Is the ansi/sql relationship the same as posix/unix? Is sql language an ansi standard?