Use a Windows API call to add some color to your text output. A rewrite of an earlier C++ snippet for the C crowd.
// change text color in Windows console mode
// colors are 0=black 1=blue 2=green and so on to 15=white
// colorattribute = foreground + background * 16
// to get red text on yellow use 4 + 14*16 = 228
// light red on yellow would be 12 + 14*16 = 236
// tested with Pelles C (vegaseat)
#include <windows.h> // WinApi header
hConsole = GetStdHandle(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE);
// you can loop k higher to see more color choices
for(k = 1; k < 255; k++)
printf("%3d %s\n", k, "I want to be nice today!");
getchar(); // wait
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