Appendix B: Style Attributes
Style attributes come in five basic types: boolean, color, dimension, keyword, and string. Each of these five types of style attributes has a well-defined set of rules for the attribute values. The five attribute value types are described below.
Boolean attributes are attributes that are either ‘on’ or ‘off.’ There are various values that you can use for each state. For ‘on,’ you can use on, yes, true, _on_, or _yes_. For ‘off,’ you can use off, no, false, _off_, or _no_.
Colors are commonly represented in one of two ways: SAS/GRAPH color names or RGB (red, green, blue) values. The SAS/GRAPH color names are listed in Appendix C, “Color Names Defined by SAS/GRAPH.” RGB values are a little more complicated, ...