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how can i load a gif into the screen??
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Hi ya there !!

Loading GIF (General Interchanging File) - Pictures using Pascal is easy !!!

If you give me your eMail - Address, i will mail a good graphics library unit which much GIF - Handling - Routines to you !!!!

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by:yolis
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my e-mail is yolis@9soft.is.co.il
thanx

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by:isilver
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Hay there.  Is is possible for me to get this library.  My e-mail address is isilver@callisto.uwinnipeg.ca
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by:yolis
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please send me a library!!!
yolis@9soft.is.co.il

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