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how to change font size in Perl?

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How do I change font size in Perl?
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What do you mean? There is nothing like "Font in perl" ... try to be more specific.
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How do I change the text font size in perl? I can change the color using ANSIColor.pm module
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It depends on terminal or console you're using.
It's output-specific and I'm not sure if you can change font using perl, sure you can, but you will change it for whole terminal/console, not something like in html

text <span style="font-size: 16px;">bigger</span> ...
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for an ANSI display
Esc[?3h       Set number of columns to 132       
Esc[?3l       Set number of columns to 80
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nice solution offered
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