(rgb: Number, Number, Number) → colour

This macro creates a colour using the three red ®, green (g) and blue (b) values provided, whose values are whole number between 0 and 255.

Example usage:


The RGB additive colour model is commonly used for defining colours: the HTML hexadecimal notation for colours (such as #9263AA) simply consists of three hexadecimal values placed together. This macro allows you to create such colours computationally, by providing variables for certain components.


This macro takes the same range of numbers as the CSS rgb() function.

Giving values higher than 255 or lower than 0, or with a fractional part, will cause an error.

See also:

(rgba:), (hsl:), (hsla:)