I'am currently doing a project on data compression using C++. I need to open an image file and read the pixel values.
Is there an equivalent of the getpixel command of C in C++?
Hope to hear from someone out there soon. Thanks in advance.
You can load an image from an external file with LoadImage (under win95 at least) - this creates a bitmap (or a DIB if you prefer). Or you can directly read the image into a bitmap (lots of sample code
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