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how to convert R-G-B to Autocat color

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Does anybody know how to convert R - G - B color into AutoCAD 256 color index?

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Plz look at this link http://bitsy.sub-atomic.com/~moses/acadcolors.html

Keep a map that contains the RGB values and this index.

When u need the RGB value, access the data by giving the index...need Index value, then give the Key value (RGB)
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