scala.io

package scala.io

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trait AnsiColor

ANSI escape codes providing control over text formatting and color on supporting text terminals.

ANSI escape codes providing control over text formatting and color on supporting text terminals.

ANSI Style and Control Codes

This group of escape codes provides control over text styling. For example, to turn on reverse video with bold and then turn off all styling embed these codes,

import io.AnsiColor._

object ColorDemo extends App {

 println(s"${REVERSED}${BOLD}Hello 1979!${RESET}")
}

Foreground and Background Colors

Embedding ANSI color codes in text output will control the text foreground and background colors.

ForegroundBackground
BLACK BLACK_B
RED RED_B
GREEN GREEN_B
YELLOW YELLOW_B
BLUE BLUE_B
MAGENTAMAGENTA_B
CYAN CYAN_B
WHITE WHITE_B

Companion
object
Source
AnsiColor.scala
object AnsiColor extends AnsiColor
Companion
class
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AnsiColor.scala
class BufferedSource(inputStream: InputStream, bufferSize: Int)(implicit val codec: Codec) extends Source

This object provides convenience methods to create an iterable representation of a source file.

This object provides convenience methods to create an iterable representation of a source file.

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BufferedSource.scala
class Codec(val charSet: Charset)

A class for character encoding/decoding preferences.

A class for character encoding/decoding preferences.

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Codec.scala
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class
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Codec.scala
object Source

This object provides convenience methods to create an iterable representation of a source file.

This object provides convenience methods to create an iterable representation of a source file.

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class
Source
Source.scala
abstract
class Source extends Iterator[Char] with Closeable

An iterable representation of source data.

An iterable representation of source data. It may be reset with the optional reset method.

Subclasses must supply the underlying iterator.

Error handling may be customized by overriding the report method.

The current input and position, as well as the next character methods delegate to the positioner.

The default positioner encodes line and column numbers in the position passed to report. This behavior can be changed by supplying a custom positioner.

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object
Source
Source.scala
object StdIn extends StdIn