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Find color values for standard W3C colors.

Project description

This package provides an API for looking up hex, rgb, hsv, or hsl values of W3C-recognized colors. The Color class, when initialized with a valid identifier, will have as its attributes components of the various color model representations.

Example:

To retrieve the numeric representations of the color brown as defined by the W3C:

>>> from colorlookup import Color
>>>
>>> brown = Color('brown')
>>>
>>> print(brown)
Color: Brown
hex: #a52a2a
rgb: (165, 42, 42)
>>>
>>> brown.hex
'#a52a2a'
>>> brown.rgb
(165, 42, 42)
>>> brown.r
165
>>> brown.g
42
>>> brown.b
42
>>> brown.rgb_f
(0.65, 0.16, 0.16)
>>> brown.r_f
0.65
>>> brown.g_f
0.16
>>> brown.b_f
0.6
>>> brown.hsl_sat
0.59
>>> brown.hsl_light
0.41
>>> brown.hsv_sat
0.75
>>> brown.hsv_val
0.65

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