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Change Ture Color DIB to Gray Scale DIB

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Hi,
I want to change a true color DIB(device independent bitmap to a gray scale DIB...
What function give such an operation ?

@ I use VC++5.0..
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I can't find RONSLOW's answer.. But I found the method to chane the True Color DIB to the Gray scale DIB .. There is no function to do such operation.. So, I realize it.. It is easy
I made header and palette for gray level image and converted image pixels to 8 bit data with
the average of RGB values..
It is easy to realize..

Anyway, Thank you...
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by:sjlee092297
ID: 1170347
I can't find RONSLOW's answer.. But I found the method to change the True Color DIB to the Gray scale DIB .. There is no function to do such operation.. So, I realize it.. It is easy
I made header and palette for gray level image and converted image pixels to 8 bit data with
the average of RGB values..
It is easy to realize..

Anyway, Thank you...
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