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Custom, System, and Web Colors

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Hi, Does somebody know the diff. between Custom, System, and Web Colors???

On which cases is better to use one over another one???

Thanks in advance!
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Custom means that you will decide what colors they are, so you can go more detailed into one color. I guess the colorcodes are HTML?

System, the ready-to-use system colors, all 16.7 million of them.

Web Colors is, I think, the HTML codes. HTML only has hexadecimal colorcodings.

The best to use depends on the situation. If you making a website, go for Web Colors, if your doing C++, go for System or Custom.

If this wasn't the answer you wanted, explain it better detail, because I have no idea what programs you use, what your demands are etc etc.
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