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How to detect Number of Colors currently set

I am writing a dialog to show bmp files but the bmp files were created with more than 256 colors so I need to know if the user's current screen settings are set to greater than 256 colors. Is there a way to detetermine this?
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rascal
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rascal
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migelCommented:
Hi!
GetDeviceCaps(hScreenDC, BITSPIXEL) can help you.
for example:
HDC hdcScreen = ::GetDC(NULL);
int nColors = ::GetDeviceCaps(hScreenDC, BITSPIXEL);
nColors = 1<<nColors;
::RelesaeDC(NULL, hdcScreen);
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wyy_cqCommented:
in MFC you also can do like this.

CClientDC dc(NULL);// get screen DC
i=dc.GetDeviceCaps(...);
// need not release the DC
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