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Hi,

 I have to rotate a ordinary(2 dimensional) bitmap by some angle.Is there any way,by using DirectX.I don't want to use
"PlgBlt" API, as it makes process slow.

Please explain in Detail
Thanks in Advance
Murali
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DirectX hasn't any functions for that( At least DirectX 5.0, maybe in 6.0 there is a function for
that).
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I personally use a graphics package such as Victor's Catenary imaging library.  It's got a real fast rotate function that works off a floating point variable.  

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