Yesterday, we covered text coloring, but today is more interesting. We are positioning text.
The way to do it is another magic string. This time it is this:
console.log("\x1b[10;15H%s", "Hello World!");
This would print "Hello World!" on the screen's 10th row, starting at the 15th column.
See, the formula is basically this:
You just need to change "r" to the specified row and "c" to the specified column, and boom! You just positioned text.