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adding graphics to a C programm

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Thanks for all answers especially to Kenneth Boman
I want to notify that in this project I must use the DOS platform  I'm writting on the 3.1 Borlandc.
again I want to ask for help with bitmap or gif to add to my project in C programming.
thanks , kind regards,  Elinora
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Are you looking for source code????
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The easiest way is to get a graphic library with the functions you need. It is possible to make the graphics funtions, but it takes long time and require knowleadge about gif/bmp and graphics in general.
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Borland C++ 3.1 contains the BGI for doing graphics in DOS. This however doesn't support GIF images.

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