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How can I use "Logging with colors" with `"npm:log-update"`

Bbabakfp11/16/2023
Hi https://examples.deno.land/color-logging I don't want to use Chalk because it's not properly typed.
Logging with colors - Deno by Example
Most modern terminals can display program logs in colors and with text decorations. This example shows how to display colors when using console.log. -- Deno by example is a collection of annotated examples for how to use Deno, and the various features it provides.
Bbabakfp11/16/2023
If there is another library that I can use instead of log-update that works with "Logging with colors", I would like to try it out. https://deno.land/std@0.123.0/fmt/colors.ts
DAHDeno AI Helper11/16/2023
The documentation provides examples of how to use color logging in Deno. However, it does not provide specific information on how to use color logging with the npm:log-update package. Here's how you can use color logging in Deno based on the documentation:
console.log("%cHello World", "color: red");
console.log("%cHello World", "background-color: blue");
console.log("%cHello World", "text-decoration: underline");
console.log("%cHello World", "text-decoration: line-through");
console.log("%cHello World", "font-weight: bold");
console.log("%cHello %cWorld", "color: red", "color: blue");
console.log("%cHello World", "color: #FFC0CB");
console.log("%cHello World", "color: rgb(255, 192, 203)");
console.log("%cHello World", "color: red");
console.log("%cHello World", "background-color: blue");
console.log("%cHello World", "text-decoration: underline");
console.log("%cHello World", "text-decoration: line-through");
console.log("%cHello World", "font-weight: bold");
console.log("%cHello %cWorld", "color: red", "color: blue");
console.log("%cHello World", "color: #FFC0CB");
console.log("%cHello World", "color: rgb(255, 192, 203)");
In these examples, the %c syntax is used in console.log to apply CSS styles to the output text. The styles are specified as the second argument to console.log. However, to use this with npm:log-update, you would need to import the log-update package from npm and use it in your Deno application. The documentation does not provide a clear answer on how to do this. You might want to check the log-update package documentation or source code to see if it supports CSS styling in a similar way to console.log. If it does, you should be able to use the same %c syntax to apply colors and other styles. If it doesn't, you might need to find a different way to apply colors when using log-update.

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