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How to load bitmap from file with bc

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I need to load bitmap from file with borland c++ for os/2
1.5. I can load it from rc file(GpiLoadBitmap), but i want
it from xxx.bmp. All i need it's HBITMAP to xxx.bmp, but i
can't get it.. (I use WinDrawBitmap to show it).
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One of the sample program shows it.
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