Solved Use more than one color at the same time in batch file

July 15, 2015 at 02:46:44
Specs: Windows 7, pentum 4 2GHz / 2 gigs
HI.
I need a cod to use more then one color in my batch file without change all batch colore . like ""this txt black "" & "" this txt green "" at the same time

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#1
July 15, 2015 at 23:22:32
Totally worth looking this link

http://www.dostips.com/forum/viewto...

I am sure there is a way to trim it down, and there are lots of variations out there

::mike


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#2
July 16, 2015 at 00:23:55
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Maybe:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/...

googled off "add color to batch"

for wat it worth:
@goto :10
e0100 BE 82 00 86 C4 AC 24 DF 2C 37 73 02 04 27 81 FE
e0110 84 00 75 EF B1 04 D2 E4 00 E0 50 B4 03 CD 10 B8
e0120 A0 00 80 EE 01 F6 E6 BB 01 80 01 C3 B9 50 00 AC
e0130 BA 00 B0 8E DA 3C 2E 75 15 53 83 C3 01 8A 07 3C
e0140 20 74 02 89 CA 43 43 E2 F4 B1 52 28 D1 5B 58 3E
e0150 88 07 43 43 E2 FA B4 4C CD 21 CD 20
rcx
60
w
q
:10
@echo off
debug colr.com < %~n0.bat
echo colr.com created,
echo changes the color of the screenline immediately above the cursor-line
echo usage: COLR hex_byte[.]
echo hex_byte is standard: 4 bits background, 4 bits fgnd
echo optional dot: only illuminate content, not trailing spaces on line

might be modified to insert color attributes at screen coordinates, or best-case, at current cursor position, but "not tonight"!

message edited by nbrane


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#3
August 30, 2015 at 01:52:20
Sorry i was busy last days i couldn't connect
& thank you I will work on that answers

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#4
August 30, 2015 at 17:46:49
Someone should point out that this script relies on debug.com, which is not available on x64 versions of Windows.

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