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re: Generate and Set Pseudorandom Hexadecimal Background Color Using JavaScript VIEW POST

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Have you considered using .toString(16)? Also, what about just using actual CSS integer RGB values instead of hex? Seems like either could simplify this. :)

 

toString(16) has the problem of numbers like 14 ending up being one character long, so you need a left pad function. rgb color values are the best solution, imo (or hsl)

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