ConsoleColor ConsoleColor ConsoleColor ConsoleColor Enum

Definición

Especifica las constantes que definen los colores de primer plano y de fondo de la consola.Specifies constants that define foreground and background colors for the console.

public enum class ConsoleColor
[System.Serializable]
public enum ConsoleColor
type ConsoleColor = 
Public Enum ConsoleColor
Herencia
Atributos

Campos

Black Black Black Black 0

Color negro.The color black.

Blue Blue Blue Blue 9

Color azul.The color blue.

Cyan Cyan Cyan Cyan 11

Color aguamarina (verde azulado claro).The color cyan (blue-green).

DarkBlue DarkBlue DarkBlue DarkBlue 1

Color azul marino.The color dark blue.

DarkCyan DarkCyan DarkCyan DarkCyan 3

Color verde azulado (verde azulado oscuro).The color dark cyan (dark blue-green).

DarkGray DarkGray DarkGray DarkGray 8

Color gris oscuro.The color dark gray.

DarkGreen DarkGreen DarkGreen DarkGreen 2

Color verde oscuro.The color dark green.

DarkMagenta DarkMagenta DarkMagenta DarkMagenta 5

Color fucsia oscuro (púrpura).The color dark magenta (dark purplish-red).

DarkRed DarkRed DarkRed DarkRed 4

Color rojo oscuro.The color dark red.

DarkYellow DarkYellow DarkYellow DarkYellow 6

Color amarillo oscuro (ocre).The color dark yellow (ochre).

Gray Gray Gray Gray 7

Color gris.The color gray.

Green Green Green Green 10

Color verde.The color green.

Magenta Magenta Magenta Magenta 13

Color fucsia (rojo purpúreo).The color magenta (purplish-red).

Red Red Red Red 12

Color rojo.The color red.

White White White White 15

Color blanco.The color white.

Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow 14

Color amarillo.The color yellow.

Ejemplos

En el ejemplo siguiente se guarda los valores de la ConsoleColor enumeración en una matriz y almacena los valores actuales de la BackgroundColor y ForegroundColor propiedades a las variables.The following example saves the values of the ConsoleColor enumeration to an array and stores the current values of the BackgroundColor and ForegroundColor properties to variables. A continuación, cambia el color de primer plano para cada color en el ConsoleColor enumeración, excepto en el color que coincida con el fondo actual, y cambia el color de fondo a cada color en el ConsoleColor enumeración excepto en el color que coincide con el primer plano actual.It then changes the foreground color to each color in the ConsoleColor enumeration except to the color that matches the current background, and it changes the background color to each color in the ConsoleColor enumeration except to the color that matches the current foreground. (Si el color de primer plano es el mismo que el color de fondo, el texto no está visible.) Por último, llama a la ResetColor método para restablecer los colores de consola original.(If the foreground color is the same as the background color, the text isn't visible.) Finally, it calls the ResetColor method to restore the original console colors.

using System;

class Example
{
   public static void Main() 
   {
      // Get an array with the values of ConsoleColor enumeration members.
      ConsoleColor[] colors = (ConsoleColor[]) ConsoleColor.GetValues(typeof(ConsoleColor));
      // Save the current background and foreground colors.
      ConsoleColor currentBackground = Console.BackgroundColor;
      ConsoleColor currentForeground = Console.ForegroundColor;

      // Display all foreground colors except the one that matches the background.
      Console.WriteLine("All the foreground colors except {0}, the background color:",
                        currentBackground);
      foreach (var color in colors) {
         if (color == currentBackground) continue;
         
         Console.ForegroundColor = color;
         Console.WriteLine("   The foreground color is {0}.", color);
      }
      Console.WriteLine();
      // Restore the foreground color.
      Console.ForegroundColor = currentForeground;
      
      // Display each background color except the one that matches the current foreground color.
      Console.WriteLine("All the background colors except {0}, the foreground color:",
                        currentForeground);
      foreach (var color in colors) {
         if (color == currentForeground) continue;
         
         Console.BackgroundColor = color;
         Console.WriteLine("   The background color is {0}.", color);
      }
      
      // Restore the original console colors.
      Console.ResetColor();
      Console.WriteLine("\nOriginal colors restored...");
   }
}
//The example displays output like the following:
//    All the foreground colors except DarkCyan, the background color:
//       The foreground color is Black.
//       The foreground color is DarkBlue.
//       The foreground color is DarkGreen.
//       The foreground color is DarkRed.
//       The foreground color is DarkMagenta.
//       The foreground color is DarkYellow.
//       The foreground color is Gray.
//       The foreground color is DarkGray.
//       The foreground color is Blue.
//       The foreground color is Green.
//       The foreground color is Cyan.
//       The foreground color is Red.
//       The foreground color is Magenta.
//       The foreground color is Yellow.
//       The foreground color is White.
//    
//    All the background colors except White, the foreground color:
//       The background color is Black.
//       The background color is DarkBlue.
//       The background color is DarkGreen.
//       The background color is DarkCyan.
//       The background color is DarkRed.
//       The background color is DarkMagenta.
//       The background color is DarkYellow.
//       The background color is Gray.
//       The background color is DarkGray.
//       The background color is Blue.
//       The background color is Green.
//       The background color is Cyan.
//       The background color is Red.
//       The background color is Magenta.
//       The background color is Yellow.
//    
//    Original colors restored...
Public Module Example
   Public Sub Main()
      ' Get an array with the values of ConsoleColor enumeration members.
      Dim colors() As ConsoleColor = ConsoleColor.GetValues(GetType(ConsoleColor))
      ' Save the current background and foreground colors.
      Dim currentBackground As ConsoleColor = Console.BackgroundColor
      Dim currentForeground As ConsoleColor = Console.ForegroundColor
      
      ' Display all foreground colors except the one that matches the background.
      Console.WriteLine("All the foreground colors except {0}, the background color:",
                        currentBackground)
      For Each color In colors
         If color = currentBackground Then Continue For
          
         Console.ForegroundColor = color
         Console.WriteLine("   The foreground color is {0}.", color)
      Next 
      Console.WriteLine()
      
      ' Restore the foreground color.
      Console.ForegroundColor = currentForeground
      
      ' Display each background color except the one that matches the current foreground color.
      Console.WriteLine("All the background colors except {0}, the foreground color:",
                        currentForeground)
      For Each color In colors
         If color = currentForeground  then Continue For
         Console.BackgroundColor = color
         Console.WriteLine("   The background color is {0}.", color)
      Next
      ' Restore the original console colors.
      Console.ResetColor
      Console.WriteLine()
      Console.WriteLine("Original colors restored...")
   End Sub
End Module
'The example displays output like the following:
'       The background color is DarkCyan.
'       The background color is DarkRed.
'       The background color is DarkMagenta.
'       The background color is DarkYellow.
'       The background color is Gray.
'       The background color is DarkGray.
'       The background color is Blue.
'       The background color is Green.
'       The background color is Cyan.
'       The background color is Red.
'       The background color is Magenta.
'       The background color is Yellow.
'    
'    Original colors restored...

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