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I have a list like this:

list = {0, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1}

I want to color all the 0's in red, but I dont want to count through all the elements, like in my solutions, which seems awefully complicated:

Table[If[list[[x]] == 0, Style[list[[x]], Red], list[[x]]], {x, 1, Length@list}]

How else could I do this without using Table? In other words, a simpler way, if possible.

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list /. (0) :> Style[0, Red]
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