The second value is the character code taken from the text converters further down in the same file. The section of the document that looks like this:
#addtext À &h01
#addtext Á &h02
#addtext Â &h03
#addtext Ç &h04
#addtext È &h05
#addtext É &h06
Not Sure how many colours you have their but with these lines added to your database you can write your colours like this:
= \c[blue]Hello World!
or even without the changes to the command database you can write the colours like this (example of blue):
= \cÀ\h03Hello World!
I'm not able to access my computer at the moment so I don't have access to my program.. Rinni has a copy so I'll try and get her to play with this and modify the command database. Note that the colours may vary between r/s/e and fr/lg.