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When the red, green, and blue values are "added" together, it really means "concatenated". Your #800080 color code can be split up like this: Red: 80 out of FF or 50% Green: 0 out of FF or 0% Blue: 80 out of FF or 50% It is the only 6 digit hexadecimal color code that will give that exact shade of purple. Other shades of purple can be produced when ...


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See the following image: from ColorHexa The way this works: Each of the three colors has 16 shades from 00 to FF(Hex) which translates to 0 to 255(Decimal). You'll also notice that 255 is the equivalent of all ones in a Byte. Stay with me here: While remembering you have a Full byte for R, a Full Byte for G, and a full Byte for B, now you must add the ...


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I think the solution you're looking is a HTTP debuging proxy like Fiddler. You could then set the console's proxy settings to point to the computer running Fiddler. From there, you'll be able to view all requests and all responses. I don't think it will work properly with https sites since Fiddler installs a cert on the machine but the console will still ...


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These answers miss the mark. Have a look at Inline caching. Since Yii is coded in PHP, a common (or perhaps uncommon) PHP pattern you'll find is that developers will sometimes write PHP code to generate Javascript code dynamically at the server - based on some state, condition or value known by the server - and then send it all to the client in one batch, ...


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After some research, I settled on App Debugger (http://debug-software.intel.com/) from Intel. It was simplest and straight forward way to stream debug information from a device.



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