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    One white pixel in a sea of black. Is it visible? Is it true size?

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    • #2480191

      Yup. Yup, or at least the box is 45px by 46px which is what was entered and the white pixel was created as exactly one pixel.

      Test over.

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    • #2485371

      20 = 1
      21 = 2
      22 = 4
      23 = 8
      24 = 16
      25 = 32
      26 = 64
      27 = 128

      Hex  Decimal
      0       0       
      1       1
      2       2
      3       3
      4       4
      5       5
      6       6
      7       7
      8       8
      9       9
      A      10
      B      11
      C      12
      D      13
      E      14
      F      15
      
      7654 3210    Decimal   Hex
      1111 1111 = 240 + 15 = #FF
      
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    • #2485394
      Hex  Decimal  Binary
      0       0     0000
      1       1     0001
      2       2     0010
      3       3     0011
      4       4     0100
      5       5     0101
      6       6     0110
      7       7     0111
      8       8     1000
      9       9     1001
      A      10     1010
      B      11     1011
      C      12     1100 
      D      13     1101
      E      14     1110
      F      15     1111
      
      7654 3210    Decimal     Hex
      1111 1111 = 16*15 + 15 = #FF
      1111 1111 =   240 + 15 = #FF
      
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    • #2485968
      Binary(2)  Decimal(10)   Hexadecimal(16)
      2⁰ =   1   10⁰ =     1   16⁰ =     1
      2¹ =   2   10¹ =    10   16¹ =    16  
      2² =   4   10² =   100   16² =   256
      2³ =   8   10³ =  1000   16³ =  4096
      2⁴ =  16   10⁴ = 10000   16⁴ = 65536
      2⁵ =  32
      2⁶ =  64
      2⁷ = 128
      
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