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The color RAM or color memory of the C64 starts in the memory address 55296 ($D800) and ends in 56295 ($DBE7).
For each character in every row (40 chars per row; 0-39) and column (25 columns; 0-24) one of 16 colors (see color table) can be assigned. The color values 0-15 are only used in the lower nibbles. The upper nibbles are undefined and are purely random values.
|Hex Address||Dec Address||Type||Purpose|
|$D800-$DBE7||55296-56295||1 kB (1000 bytes) of color memory.|
 See also
- Screen RAM for printing chars