RGB Colors in Decimal and Hexadecimal Values

Created: Friday, July 13, 2018, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:15 am



While we learned the basics about RGB colors, that constitute portions of Red, Blue, and Green—what we need to know is that there is so much more to learn about them. Did you know that there are two ways in which individual RGB color values are expressed? The most common way is using decimals. But have you run into color values such as FF0000 or 006699? These six digit values that combine number and alphabet characters are hexadecimals.

RGB Colors in Decimal and Hexadecimal Values

Explore using Hexadecimal values to express RGB colors.


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