We need to separate the HEX code according to colors. Each pair of characters determines the value of a different color. The first two characters after the # symbol determine the red color, the next two characters determine the green color, and the last two characters determine the blue color.
Now we can convert each HEX color value into the RGB format. This way, we will be able to manipulate each color value more easily and separately.
Now, to make a color lighter or darker, what we need to do is determine the extent to which we want it to be lighter or darker. For this example, we can enter a value between 0 and 100. With this ratio, we can increase or decrease the values of the colors. This way, the color can appear darker or lighter accordingly.
We have now reached the final step. Using the manipulated RGB value, we can create a new HEX code. This way, we will obtain a color that is either lighter or darker to the desired extent.
And the result... No code examples have been provided in this part of the article. The reason for this is to ensure our understanding of the concepts and to avoid memorization in the field of software development. We delve deeper into the commonly known RGB and HEX codes and learn how to manipulate them. I hope this article has provided a deeper insight into understanding some color codes that many of us see every day and has broadened your horizons.
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