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(Solved) - Underline a word in batch

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  • Started 3 years ago by needshelp
  • Latest reply from Xhi
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Posted yesterday 
Posts: 158

Hey there again H2G community,

I was wondering if it was possible to add underlines to words in a batch file. Upon googling this question I got a bunch of links for error checking and nothing about actually underlining in the actual CMD. So I assume you can't but i figured I'd check here just in case.

For reference here's what I think it would look something like,
@echo off
echo [^u] Hello World! [^/u]

uuumm turns out it actually made the code... well work on the website. So I've added ^ so it won't actually underline it ON THE WEBSITE. please omit when evaluating.

Posted 3 years ago
Posts: 6298

I do not believe it is possible with standard console output.

Accepted Answer · Posted 3 years ago

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