Serve colorized response to curl

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Use an ANSI escape sequence to display color in the curl output.

The SGR control sequence: CSI + number + m The CSI escape sequence: ESC [ The ASCII escape character octal: \033

Starting with the the SGR control sequence to colorize the html response:

CSI + number + m

Replace CSI with the CSI escape sequence:

ESC [ + number + m

Replace ESC with the escape character octal:

\033[ + number + m

Using the green foreground color code (32) and the reset code (0), construct a message in green.

\033[ + 32 + m + text + \033[ + 0 + m <?php echo "\033[32m" . 'Success!' . "\033[0m\n"; exit;

Use the colorize function like this:

echo colorize('Success!', 'green_fg') . "\n"; echo colorize('Warning!', 'yellow_fg;underline') . "\n"; <?php function colorize($str, $attributes) {     $ANSI_ESCAPE_CODES = array(         'reset'     => 0,         'bold'     => 1,         'italic'     => 3,         'underline' => 4,         'blink'     => 5,         'reverse'    => 7,           // Foreground colors.         'black_fg' => 30,         'red_fg'     => 31,         'green_fg' => 32,         'yellow_fg' => 33,         'blue_fg'    => 34,         'magenta_fg' => 35,         'cyan_fg'    => 36,         'white_fg' => 37,           // Background colors.         'black_bg' => 40,         'red_bg'     => 41,         'green_bg' => 42,         'yellow_bg' => 43,         'blue_bg'    => 44,         'magenta_bg' => 45,         'cyan_bg'    => 46,         'white_bg' => 47,     );       $ansi = '';     foreach (preg_split('/(,|;|\|)/', $attributes) as $attribute) {         $ansi .= "\033[" . $ANSI_ESCAPE_CODES[$attribute] . 'm';     }     $ansi .= $str . "\033[" . $ANSI_ESCAPE_CODES['reset'] . 'm';     return $ansi; }