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QuestionPutting declared const into a print statement Pin
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So, I have this snippet of code that formats an html table data cell:
if(aSensor[i].sensorSwitchState == lowState) {
 client->print("<td style='width:30px; background-color:lawngreen'>");
} else {
 client->print("<td style='width:30px; background-color:red'>"); //
}

I have each background-color:<colorname> hardcoded and the subsequent printing output is as I was expecting. However, I would like to replace the <colorname> entry - lawngreen and/or red - with a const (or #define) so that the <colorname> entry is replaced with the color name.

I've tried
#define GREEN lawngreen
...
client->print("<td style='width:30px; background-color:GREEN'>")

and that doesn't work.

I've tried
const char acolor[]="lawngreen";
client->print("<td style='width:30px; background-color:acolor'>")

and that doesn't work.

I know there has to be a way to do this, but I can't seem to figure it out. Any ideas how I go about making a declaration that will let me insert the <color name=""> in the appropriate place would be greatly appreciated.

TNX
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