Generar Color Aleatorio


write a typescript fn to generate a random color

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To create a TypeScript function that generates a random color, we'll follow a two-step approach:

  1. Pseudocode: Outline the logic in a simple, language-agnostic manner.
  2. TypeScript Implementation: Write the actual TypeScript function based on the pseudocode.


1Function generateRandomColor: 2 Initialize a variable 'color' as an empty string 3 4 Add the '#' symbol to 'color' to start the color code 5 6 For each of the 6 characters in a standard hex color code: 7 Generate a random number between 0 and 15 8 Convert this number to its hexadecimal representation 9 Append this hex character to 'color' 10 11 Return the color string

TypeScript Implementation

Now, let's translate the pseudocode into TypeScript:

1function generateRandomColor(): string { 2 let color = '#'; 3 const hexValues = '0123456789ABCDEF'; 4 5 for (let i = 0; i < 6; i++) { 6 const randomIndex = Math.floor(Math.random() * 16); 7 color += hexValues[randomIndex]; 8 } 9 10 return color; 11} 12 13console.log(generateRandomColor());

In this implementation, generateRandomColor generates a string starting with #, followed by six hexadecimal characters. Each character is selected randomly from the string hexValues, which represents the 16 hexadecimal digits.

You can test this function by calling it, and it will return a random hex color code each time.

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