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DDB to DIB code

Posted on 1998-09-24
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Where can I find the code to convert a DDB to DIB? I use Windows NT 4.0 and C++.  No MFC, but if the code is only in MFC, then it is okay, I can work it out.

Thanks.
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Look at http://www.codeguru.com/bitmap/index.shtml

If you have questions, let me know.  (Also look around at the other pages there.  There is other related stuff you might find useful.)
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Darn.  They changed the code guru site.  The link I pasted will get you close to where you want to go.  An exact link is not possible any longer.  Once you get to that page look for the link

Converting DDB to DIB - Zafir Anjum (08/05/1998)

that is the one you want (although others are good to)
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