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JPEG Viewer

Posted on 1997-11-06
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I was thinking about adding a jpeg viewer to one of my programs, and I was just wondering how difficult it was and if anyone had any sample code on how to make a jpeg viewer.

If you have any code that you'd rather send through email please send it to jvitale@idsonline.com


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Joe Vitale
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It isn't too hard. I would recommend you search the web using www.yahoo.com for either jpeglib and/or paintlib. There's quite a few places that have libraries that support displaying jpeg files. Paintlib is MFC oriented.
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