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Sets the colors for a palette entry.

The file parser must call the SOStartPalette function before calling this function.

The order of calls to this function determines the order of entries in the color table for an image. The first palette entry is color 0, the color displayed for pixels with a value of 0; the second palette entry is color 1; and so on.

VOID SOPutPaletteEntry(

    unsigned char Red,

    unsigned char Green,

    unsigned char Blue,

    HPROC reserved



Relative red intensity in the range 0 to 255.
Relative green intensity in the range 0 to 255.
Relative blue intensity in the range 0 to 255.
Reserved; do not use.

Return Values


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