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I'm writing a program in c and I want to load a bitmap image as a background for my program when started .
Can anybody help me by writing the correct code ,cause I'm have just started programming in C .
best regards
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You can download
http://www.cdrom.com/pub/simtelnet/msdos/turbo_c/bmp2imc.zip
to displays BMP as putimage() everywhere in Turbo C
Do you know have to use use putimage();
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