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Can I know how to open a bitmap file and get certain informations like color of a pixel ?
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by:jann
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If you have a DIB file, you can load the DIB file and using GetInfoHeader() function to get the header information which including the color of pixels.
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LoadImage will read in a bitmap file from either a resource or from an external file.

Create a CompatibleDC and select your bitmap into it.  Then you can use GetPixel to get teh RGB colour at any location.

GetInfoHeader will/may give you the pallete of colours used, but not the colour of a given pixel.

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by:nietod
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You can also use GetDIBits() to get the colors of ALL the pixels into an array all at one time.
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by:chc79
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Thanks very much, I realy need it :)
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