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Date:         Thu, 7 Feb 2008 12:39:47 -0500
Reply-To:     Dave Scocca <dave@SCOCCA.ORG>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         Dave Scocca <dave@SCOCCA.ORG>
Subject:      Re: How to find out which CX color codes map to what colors?
Comments: To: Mary <mlhoward@avalon.net>
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--On 2/7/2008 11:28 AM -0600 Mary wrote:

> My question is to how to find out what the colors that start with "cx" > translate to. > > For instance, in experimentation I have found out that: > cx000000 = black > cx010000 = black > cx590000 = brown > cxff0000 = red [...] > 2. Is there some way to get what the cx color number is from knowing the > RGB and hue numbers? For instance, I can determine in MS Access that > light blue is: > > Hue=120, Sat=240, Lum=180, Red=128, Green=255, Blue=255 (MS access color > 16777088) > > Would there be some way to determine what cx color to use?

"cx" ARE hex RGB colors.

So your example of (128, 255, 255) is cxF0FFFF. Lots of web-development programs will give you the six-character hex codes for particular colors.

Dave Scocca


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