RGB

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Additive color mixing: adding red to green yields yellow; adding yellow to blue yields white.

RGB, also called additive color mixing, is a color coding using light, with red, green, and blue. It is used in a hexadecimal code (#RRGGBB), with the left two digits with red, the center with green, and the right with blue. There can only be a maximum 255 of each color.