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StretchBlt-ing a Masked DIB onto a screen device context

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I have seen an example of BitBlt-ing a Masked DIB (i.e.,
a DIB whose transparent bits are not drawn to the device
context)to a screen device context. When I try to use
StretchBlt, instead of BitBlt, in the example I have
seen the background portion of the output is incorrect.

My question: How do I StretchBlt a DIB onto the device
context and have all the proportions of position and
size perserved (position and size of the bitmap need
to be based on client metrics)?
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If you like to do some reading , get your hands on the 'Animation Techniques under Win32" by Nigel thompson. This book is available free on the MSDN CD. It provides a good overview on what you are planning to achieve.


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That is not really answering my question; it is passing
the question off to Mr. Thompson, who can't account
for the fact that his program won't compile in V++
5.0.
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