Color::Named - Work with named colors
use Color::Named; # load the X11 color set
use Color::Named <X11>; # same
use Color::Named <XKCD>; # load the XKCD color set
# these are all identical
my $color = Color::Named.new( :name<antiquewhite> );
my $color = Color::Named.new( :name<antique white> );
my $color = Color::Named.new( :name<Antique White> );
say "Bazinga!" if $color ~~ Color;
say $color.name; #antiquewhite
say $color.pretty-name; #Antique White
Color::Named is a subclass of
Color. It adds a new constructor to which you can pass the name of a color. The name must be defined in your chosen color set.
You can choose from (currently) three color sets: X11, CSS3 and the xkcd set from the xkcd color survey.
The X11 and CSS3 sets are basically identical, except for 4 colors.
Color objects, instances of
Color::Named stringify to the pretty name (with spaces, title cased) of the color.
Markus «Holli» Holzer
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