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Display Images (BMP, etc..) in Borland C++ 3.0

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I am searching for a source code that displys a image file, like .BMP, .JPG, .GIF, .TGA, etc..
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1. ftp://www.pfdpf.state.oh.us/owlfiles
bitmap.zip: viewer for Bitmap, Icon, PCX and GIF images

2. http://web.ukonline.co.uk/Members/julian.smart/code.html
cimage.zip: A beta class for manipulating images, JPEG/BMP/PNG saving and loading, GIF loading, and iteration over the image data.

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I was searching for a code for DOS C++ Borland 3.0
The last one that you gave me was for Windows. Do you know other sites where I can find this code FOR DOS?
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