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I dont know how to make the code in c++ that i want it appears with colors... who knows what is the code if i wana use color text??pls help me

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If your using windows

#include <cstdlib> //include file

system ("color A") //Thats for green

for color codes click start
click run type 'cmd'
then type color then hit the enter key and there is your codes

for example

int main()
{
system ("color a");

cout << "HEY" << endl; ///Displays green text :)

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