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The quiz question is saying Bummer!
We can abbreviate the hex value #cc7733 to thats the question and I said orange did not work dark orange still did not work can anyone tell me why is this happening?
If you think i am a newbie thats ok because I am gonna be 10 years old :)
If you think i am a newbie thats ok because I am gonna be 10 years old :) LOL chill ^^ no one is here thinking bad stuff about people, everybody that it's here it's learning. you'are so young and studying all this stuff instead of playing games all day... but you got play some games too, I do i have 900+ games on my pc LOL. btw LoL it's one.
I remember this video about the color values. I think the other guy already said but anytime that you have a hexadecimal value that repeats the same letter/number more then once you can make it shorter by removing one.
like Red : #CC3300
CC 33 00
RR GG BB make it shorter removing one character of each RGB.
C30, easy :)
Luciano Bruzzoni15,518 Points
Hey there, nice to see people your age getting into the coding world. As for your question i believe what they want is for you to abbreviate the hex value into #c73. When both values are repeated in each occasion of the rgb you can shorten it by just writing one value. Hope that helped, if not ask away maybe I can clarify further. good luck!
All I had to do was put the # before OOF