No, it is mould. I don't know where you live, but around here it is mould. So you played it to the end? What did you think of the riddle, did you answer it right?
Anyways...Darkroot, about the text color. It is in the FAQ, but since it requires energy to check there (and us programmers are lazy) here is an example of the code. I am using the free v 5.5 compiler off the Borland site, and the way I do the color doesn't always work for other people (we have had trouble in the past). Anyhow, the way I do it is below.
And that should work, always make sure to put the clrscr() after you change the text color, or it won't take effect. Look in the conio.h library for different colors, but I think my program uses all of them available. Oh ya, they call purple magenta. Make sure to always put the color in capitals. I am not quite sure how to do more than one color on the screen at once, but I hope this helps ya.
#include <conio.h> // For the color
cout<< "This is red.\n";
getch(); // Pause program
cout<< "This is white writing with a blue background.\n";
And GARGONII, it is mould. Green and mouldy. NOT green and moldy. Maybe different countries spell it differently. Are you from Canada or the US?