I have a .Net (C#) application that requires a color value in what appears to be a base 10 format but which must be preceeded by a minus sign. For example: -16776961 represents a standard blue color. My questions are: what color standard is this? Why would this format - whatever it is - be used instead of defining the color using the hex value?
You really need to think in bits and bytes. A 32 bit integer contains exactly 32 bits.. it might look something like this
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