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Colors in Discord 🎨
KiKUP (39)

Hello Repl.it community
With this tutorial, you will learn how to:

  • Color Text
  • Color Certain Parts of Text
  • Color Text in Different Languages

First, of all, colors can only be used in code blocks, or text encased in a box, which can be done like this:

``` This is a code block! ```

With this knowledge, we can get straight into getting color for our text. First, we have to pick which language is best for our needs.
Available languages:

  • asciidoc
  • autohotkey
  • bash
  • coffeescript
  • cpp (C++)
  • cs
  • css
  • diff
  • fix
  • glsl
  • ini
  • json
  • md
  • ml
  • prolog
  • py
  • tex
  • xl
  • xml

They each will have their different abilities in terms of what colors can be created, and how they are created.
Here is a list of all the languages and what they can do:

  • asciidoc
= Blue =
[Orange]
  • autohotkey
A_Red
%Yellow%
^Orange::
123
  • bash
$Yellow
"Cyan"
#Grey
test echo exit red
false true cyan
if else then green
thisIsBlue(){
#!Bash
  • coffeescript
Blue = ->
"Cyan"
class Yellow extends Yellow
"#{Orange}"
  • cpp (C++)
#orange <cyan>
"cyan"
int blue()
  • cs
# orange text
" cyan text "
' cyan text '
123 [email protected]#
  • css
Text is green
#blue (one word)
.blue (one word)
{yellow: 'Yellow one word before colon. Cyan after colon, inside quotes'}
green.blue
[orange]
  • diff
- Red
+ Green
--- grey
*** grey
! green
  • fix
Everything is yellow
123 [email protected]#
= cyan after equal sign
  • glsl
#Orange text
123
  • ini
[ blue inside brackets ]
; grey
  • json
[ { "yellow": "cyan", } ]
  • md
[cyan](orange)
[cyan][orange]
# blue
* bullet point
1. numbered list
/* orange text *
> grey text
< yellow >
< yellow
multiline >
<blue>
<blue yellow>
<blue yellow="cyan">
# blue
blue above dashes
--------
blue above equals signs
=====
123
  • ml
Yellow For Capital
"cyan text"
'red'
grey for lowercase
123
  • prolog
Orange For Capital
'cyan text'
grey for lowercase
123
  • py
@ Orange text
'cyan text'
# grey text
123 [email protected]#
  • tex
$ Everything is highlighted
123
#
  • xl
All grey
123 [email protected]#
'cyan text'
  • xml
<blue first then yellow = onegreenword after equals sign>

Now that you finally picked your languages and know what they do, you can set up your text.
Any language will create color by typing this in:

```<language>
<text with params necessary to create color>```

Edit: Other languages are supported, but I have not listed them.
And voila, you've got yourself colored text!
-KiKUP
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