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Rotating Bitmap in any abitrary angle !!!

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Hi,
   Is there any function in MFC or Win32 dealing with image rotation in any abitrary angle work both in Win95 and NT???
   Is there is one in the library of vedio for window or anywhere else???
   If no, where could I find such function or sample program in the web ???
   
Thank you !!!
   
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