6 priority of the code

## Ruby, 109

require'chunky_png';i=ChunkyPNG::Image.new 1920,1080
i.area.times{|v|i[*(v.divmod(1080))]=v<<8|255};i.save ?i


ThisEDIT: I should note that I submitted this when the question was still tagged , before it became a so I was going for short code. This is not very imaginative but I believe it to be a valid submission.

Color values range from 00 00 00 to 1f a3 ff, incrementing by 1, so the lack of red in the result is not surprising.

For the cost of adding 1 character to the source code length (replace <<8 with <<11), the following output can be had. This covers more range of the spectrum at the cost of blue resolution. It increments through RGB space at eight times the rate. Color values range from 00 00 00 to fd 1f f8.

## Ruby, 109

require'chunky_png';i=ChunkyPNG::Image.new 1920,1080
i.area.times{|v|i[*(v.divmod(1080))]=v<<8|255};i.save ?i


This is not very imaginative but I believe it to be a valid submission.

Color values range from 00 00 00 to 1f a3 ff, incrementing by 1, so the lack of red in the result is not surprising.

For the cost of adding 1 character to the source code length (replace <<8 with <<11), the following output can be had. This covers more range of the spectrum at the cost of blue resolution. It increments through RGB space at eight times the rate. Color values range from 00 00 00 to fd 1f f8.

## Ruby, 109

require'chunky_png';i=ChunkyPNG::Image.new 1920,1080
i.area.times{|v|i[*(v.divmod(1080))]=v<<8|255};i.save ?i


EDIT: I should note that I submitted this when the question was still tagged , before it became a so I was going for short code. This is not very imaginative but I believe it to be a valid submission.

Color values range from 00 00 00 to 1f a3 ff, incrementing by 1, so the lack of red in the result is not surprising.

For the cost of adding 1 character to the source code length (replace <<8 with <<11), the following output can be had. This covers more range of the spectrum at the cost of blue resolution. It increments through RGB space at eight times the rate. Color values range from 00 00 00 to fd 1f f8.

5 golfed off 1 char

## Ruby, 110109

require'chunky_png';i=ChunkyPNG::Image.new 1920,1080
i.area.times{|v|i[*(v.divmod(1080))]=v<<8|255};i.save( ?i)


This is not very imaginative but I believe it to be a valid submission.

Color values range from 00 00 00 to 1f a3 ff, incrementing by 1, so the lack of red in the result is not surprising.

For the cost of adding 1 character to the source code length (replace <<8 with <<11), the following output can be had. This covers more range of the spectrum at the cost of blue resolution. It increments through RGB space at eight times the rate. Color values range from 00 00 00 to fd 1f f8.

## Ruby, 110

require'chunky_png';i=ChunkyPNG::Image.new 1920,1080
i.area.times{|v|i[*(v.divmod(1080))]=v<<8|255};i.save(?i)


This is not very imaginative but I believe it to be a valid submission.

Color values range from 00 00 00 to 1f a3 ff, incrementing by 1, so the lack of red in the result is not surprising.

For the cost of adding 1 character to the source code length (replace <<8 with <<11), the following output can be had. This covers more range of the spectrum at the cost of blue resolution. It increments through RGB space at eight times the rate. Color values range from 00 00 00 to fd 1f f8.

## Ruby, 109

require'chunky_png';i=ChunkyPNG::Image.new 1920,1080
i.area.times{|v|i[*(v.divmod(1080))]=v<<8|255};i.save ?i


This is not very imaginative but I believe it to be a valid submission.

Color values range from 00 00 00 to 1f a3 ff, incrementing by 1, so the lack of red in the result is not surprising.

For the cost of adding 1 character to the source code length (replace <<8 with <<11), the following output can be had. This covers more range of the spectrum at the cost of blue resolution. It increments through RGB space at eight times the rate. Color values range from 00 00 00 to fd 1f f8.

4 golfed off a char

## Ruby, 111110

require'chunky_png';i=ChunkyPNG::Image.new( 1920,1080)
i.area.times{|v|i[*(v.divmod(1080))]=v<<8|255};i.save(?i)


This is not very imaginative but I believe it to be a valid submission. Ruby + namespaces = hard golfing.

Color values range from 00 00 00 to 1f a3 ff, incrementing by 1, so the lack of red in the result is not surprising.

For the cost of adding 1 character to the source code length (replace <<8 with <<11), the following output can be had. This covers more range of the spectrum at the cost of blue resolution. It increments through RGB space at eight times the rate. Color values range from 00 00 00 to fd 1f f8.

## Ruby, 111

require'chunky_png';i=ChunkyPNG::Image.new(1920,1080)
i.area.times{|v|i[*(v.divmod(1080))]=v<<8|255};i.save(?i)


This is not very imaginative but I believe it to be a valid submission. Ruby + namespaces = hard golfing.

Color values range from 00 00 00 to 1f a3 ff, incrementing by 1, so the lack of red in the result is not surprising.

For the cost of adding 1 character to the source code length (replace <<8 with <<11), the following output can be had. This covers more range of the spectrum at the cost of blue resolution. It increments through RGB space at eight times the rate. Color values range from 00 00 00 to fd 1f f8.

## Ruby, 110

require'chunky_png';i=ChunkyPNG::Image.new 1920,1080
i.area.times{|v|i[*(v.divmod(1080))]=v<<8|255};i.save(?i)


This is not very imaginative but I believe it to be a valid submission.

Color values range from 00 00 00 to 1f a3 ff, incrementing by 1, so the lack of red in the result is not surprising.

For the cost of adding 1 character to the source code length (replace <<8 with <<11), the following output can be had. This covers more range of the spectrum at the cost of blue resolution. It increments through RGB space at eight times the rate. Color values range from 00 00 00 to fd 1f f8.

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