How to use 'python color codes' in Python

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64@classmethod
65def get_color_code(cls, color):
66 return cls.CONTROL + color
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57def _get_ansi_code(color=None, style=None):
58 """return ansi escape code corresponding to color and style
59
60 :type color: str or None
61 :param color:
62 the color name (see `ANSI_COLORS` for available values)
63 or the color number when 256 colors are available
64
65 :type style: str or None
66 :param style:
67 style string (see `ANSI_COLORS` for available values). To get
68 several style effects at the same time, use a coma as separator.
69
70 :raise KeyError: if an unexistent color or style identifier is given
71
72 :rtype: str
73 :return: the built escape code
74 """
75 ansi_code = []
76 if style:
77 style_attrs = utils._splitstrip(style)
78 for effect in style_attrs:
79 ansi_code.append(ANSI_STYLES[effect])
80 if color:
81 if color.isdigit():
82 ansi_code.extend(["38", "5"])
83 ansi_code.append(color)
84 else:
85 ansi_code.append(ANSI_COLORS[color])
86 if ansi_code:
87 return ANSI_PREFIX + ";".join(ansi_code) + ANSI_END
88 return ""

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