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Defines a color from its Red, Green and Blue components.
Example
// Color an area in light blue
dFill(10, 50, RGB(0, 255, 255))
Syntax
<Result> = RGB(<Red component> , <Green component> , <Blue component>)
<Result>: Integer
Color (24 bits) corresponding to the selected components. This color is the result of the following formula:
Color = 65536 * Blue Component + 256 * Green Component + Red Component.
<Red component>: Integer (from 0 to 255)
Amount of red in the color.
<Green component>: Integer (from 0 to 255)
Amount of green in the color.
<Blue component>: Integer (from 0 to 255)
Amount of blue in the color.
Remarks
Versions 22 and later

RGB and code editor

In the code editor, when the RGB function and its parameters are specified, a square appears automatically, showing the corresponding color:
A click in the colored square is used to open the color picker.
If the color is modified, the modification is taken into account when validating the color picker.
New in version 22

RGB and code editor

In the code editor, when the RGB function and its parameters are specified, a square appears automatically, showing the corresponding color:
A click in the colored square is used to open the color picker.
If the color is modified, the modification is taken into account when validating the color picker.

RGB and code editor

In the code editor, when the RGB function and its parameters are specified, a square appears automatically, showing the corresponding color:
A click in the colored square is used to open the color picker.
If the color is modified, the modification is taken into account when validating the color picker.

Various

  • The colors specified with RGB can be modified according to the capacity of the current screen mode (VGA, 32 colors, etc.).
  • Important: To specify the colors, we recommend that you use the color constants defined in WLanguage (see the preset colors of WLanguage).
Component : wd250std.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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