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to set the color you need to use g.setColor(Color.(default colors usually in eclipse you want but it should be all in Caps)
If you want a specific color you would use RGB decimal format. To do this you would do g.setColor(newColor(R,G,B);

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You can also use paint to play around with colors and what values of Red Green and Blue give you the certain color that you want

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Color color = newColor(r,g,b);

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Try using this link to pick colors- you can use the mouse to find the color you would like and then it gives you the RGB code for that color.

https://www.google.com/search?q=color picker

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