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Things are not always #000000 and #FFFFFF

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  • 1
    Black and white lol
  • 3
    Things are 3cba54 f4c20d db3236 and 4885ed for me...
  • 3
    Just ask some very religious or fanatic person. They see everything as either good or bad. No doubts, no shades, no brain.
  • 3
    Sometimes things are rgb(0,0,0) or rgb(255,255,255)
  • 1
    #B00B00
  • 4
    Lol, the uppermost is the oldest one (open the picture to see all the magic) ;D

    Btw: This comment is not meant in an angry way ;)
  • 3
    RGB(0, 0, 0) aka #000000 and RGB(255, 255, 255) aka #FFFFFF are absolute numbers seen by the system but in the reality, they're displayed on the screen in a relative manner. This means: It's true that things aren't only #000000 and #FFFFFF, but real colors even aren't always in the RGB(0-255, 0-255, 0-255) range. Let me throw color spaces, different color perceptions and tetrachromacy in the ring. ☺
  • 1
    @qbasic16 Good find!

    I will use that method to check for uniqueness next time!
  • 2
    @lunatica Welcome to devRant! Good comment! :D
  • 2
    Def lol
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