Bitburner – Using Colors to Print

How to Use Colors to Print

Code

You only need to use the available keywords at the start of the print command for it to change color.

Known

Keyword / Color

  • INFO – blue
  • WARN – yellow
  • WARNING – yellow
  • ERROR – red

Here is a simple code to output the available colors and see them in the terminal:

/** @param {NS} ns **/
export async function main(ns) {
    ns.tprintf('INFO---available log colors:')
    ns.tprintf('INFOthey only need to be at the start')
    ns.tprintf(`otherwise INFO or others won't work`)
    ns.tprintf('WARN this is a warning')
    ns.tprintf('WARNING this is also warning')
    ns.tprintf('ERROR this is an error')
} 

This will output in terminal:

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