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HBITMAP in linux and motif

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Is there any struct comaptible with HBITMAP? If not how can I read *.bmp in linux?
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You could use de xv program.
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What is that program? How can I use it in my program.
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You could use this program to convert your bitmap into pixmaps (XPM), and then use
them in any X11 programs.
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