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I have managed to do thresholding and thinning to my image using visual C++. The problem is how should i display the image out again...the new image after thresholding?
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You haven't made clear where the image is

If it's in a CBitmap/HBITMAP use BitBlt/StretchBlt

If it's in a DIB convert it to a CBitmap/HBITMAP (there are samples called DIB*.CPP that come with the MS VC compiler)

If it's in an Image list, use the draw method.

If it's in a block of memory, convert it to a DIB, then convert it to an HBITMAP/CBitmap then paint it.

You probably want to doing the painting in OnDraw in your view

My suggestion would be to create an extra memory bitmap, and paint this to the view in OnDraw.  Whenever the working image changes update the memory bitmap and force a repaint on the view,  InvalidateRect(NULL,FALSE) then UpdateWindow() on the view.  This avoids have to reprocess the image just to redraw the screen.

If you're short of memory or your bitmap is very large either (i) skip the memory bitmap, or (ii) Make the memory bitmap just screen sized (i.e. the visible/zoomed part of the image) and stretchblt the true image on to it.

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