i.e each byte appears in a different ANSI shell colour.
- Resetting the color of the shell after output is not required
- Must be output in STDOUT or the primary colour text output of your language.
- Must be done programmatically (iterating through each color and letter of the string induvidually) instead of just writing a fixed string to shell like the reference command.
- Must output the same as the reference command:
echo -e '\e[30mH\e[31me\e[32my\e[33m!\e[34mH\e[35me\e[36my\e[37m!\e[90mH\e[91me\e[92my\e[93m!\e[94mH\e[95me\e[96my\e[97m!'on a recent version of bash (I am using 4.3 installed via Homebrew on OS X) i.e like this: Obviously colours will vary based on terminal colour scheme.
This is code-golf, so lowest bytes wins.