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<Color> == <HexColor> || <CoordColor> || <DecimalColor>

<HexColor> == # <Hex><Hex><Hex><Hex><Hex><Hex>

<CoordColor> == ( <X>,<Y> )

<DecimalColor> == ( <Integer> , <Integer> , <Integer> )

The input for <Color> should usually appear in the hexadecimal form <HexColor> as colours are usually coded in HTML documents.   The colour code begins with a # sign and contains a series of three double character hexadecimal values for each of the red, green and blue colours.

Example: #000000 black, #FFFFFF white, #FF0000 red, #008000 dark green, etc.

One can also refer to the colour of one individual pixel <CoordColor>, in that the position of the pixel is laid out in the form ( <X> , <Y> ) in parentheses, i.e. (6, 10).  As is usual for coordinate values, they begin from the bottom left at (0,0).

The third possibility to determine colour, <DecimalColor>, is by defining the red, green and blue values by using three whole numbers between 0 and 255.  These values are separated by a comma and enclosed in parentheses.  Therefore, (255, 0, 0) is a pure red.  This method is particularly suited for random colour generation.  For example, by using  (0, 128-192, 0)  a randomly selected green value will be generated.

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