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anvi kon
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Hi,

I'm looking for a color navy blue in Awt.

I have seen the colors in AWT.

java.awt.Color;

But I want navy blue.

How would I get it in AWT?


Can anyone please help me?

Thanks

 
Andrew L. Williams
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looks like this is what you're looking for.
Color

Just search for this constructor


It allows you to specify the color in RGB.
 
anvi kon
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Could please give some examples?
 
Campbell Ritchie
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Try the values on this link.

. . . new Color(0x00000040) . . .
 
anvi kon
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thanks for your reply.

Like below



How do I get the int value of Navy Blue or Light blue?

Is there any way to get the value?

 
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Sure there is. Start here and work your way through.
http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/index.html
 
anvi kon
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Thanks for the link, but I don't see any examples for colors in AWT.


 
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anvi kon wrote:How do I get the int value of Navy Blue or Light blue?

Have you even read Campbell's post? It shows you exactly how to get the int value (he even found it for you).

Is there any way to get the value?

For the colors not defined as constants in java.awt.Color check out the link Campbell gave you, or this site.
 
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And beware of getRGB, which does not return RGB. It returns aRGB. If you want RGB alone do a bitwise and on the aRGB with 0x00ffffff.
Note that Color has brighter and darker methods, which might help.
 
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