Color Names in .NET - CheatSheet

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# Color Names in .NET - CheatSheet

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05
Jul 2010

Some color values used in computer science have their names, like "Red" (#FF0000) or "Navy" (#000080). You probably know them if you've written anything in HTML. But there are more of them than just several most popular ones, made of values 0x00, 0x80 and 0xFF. I've prepared (or rather, to be honest, copied from MSDN Library) a table of color names available in .NET standard library, as static variables in System.Drawing.Color, System.Drawing.Pens and System.Drawing.Brushes classes. Here is my "Color Names in .NET" CheatSheet:

Color_Names_in_DotNet.pdf
Color_Names_in_DotNet.odt

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