So I thought a fun little thing to do would be to draw some squares using RGB and the simple double for loop. However, there are 3 different combinations that you can do:
Iterate Red and Green, leave Blue 255
Iterate Red and Blue, leave Green 255
Iterate Green and Blue, leave Red 255
What I also noticed is that these squares can be nicely lined up, and you end up with something along these lines:
However you will notice that since there are only 3 combinations (additionally proven from 3!2 = 3), this leaves a gap, which would be where yellow sits. You could implement something along these lines, but I feel it looks a little wrong:
I am just wondering if some people have some insight as to how to determine the proper coloured square to fit into that spot. I also have some suspicion that this is not actually possible, just by the nature of the RGB system, and should be more appropriately displayed as a circle, connecting the two yellow sections.
If people want my current code, I have no problem sharing it!