See how to store an array of bitmaps with this class. The bitmaps can be of any size, and the array can be as big as memory will allow.
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Getting the dimensions of a bitmap
Discover the internal structure of a 24-bit uncompressed bitmap file, as well as how you can load such a file and store RGB values into a linear array. Load the pixels of a bitmap without using Win32 API functions or other third-party classes (such as MFC).
Content-Based Image Retrieval (CBIR) is a way to index or find a similarity between images in a multimedia database.
Discover how to blend a RGB bitmap with the Blur method. It use HBITMAP, GetDibBits and SetDibBits.
In todays world of high quality graphics you need a way to display high color bitmap as the splash screen of your applications. By default VC++ provides a 16 color bitmap for the splash screen. Learn how to increase this to a higher number of colors.
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