Images in C

Posted on 1998-06-21
Last Modified: 2010-04-15
I wonder how I can show a JPG-Image in a MS-Dos based C-program. I'm using BC++4.5 to compile.
Question by:davvan

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ID: 1251346
Hi agreen,
I've downloaded the file, but it requires a couple of files I haven't got on my harddrive: afxwin.h, afxext.h and afxcmn.h.
Can you send me these files or do you know another archive I can test?


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ID: 1251347
You can obtain the official library in DOS-compatible "zip" archive format fromthe SimTel archives (,

jpeg ??? .zip

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