Write a program to show ten buttons with five possible color, Programming Languages

Write a program to show ten buttons with five possible colors: red, green, orange, yellow, blue. When the user clicks on a button, its color must advance to the next color, or go back to red if it was blue. Your buttons can be ellipses or rectangles, depending upon what you find easier.

 

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