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How can i get the color of a specific pixel by x and y cords in a picture box or on an mdi forms picture object?
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The point method, ie Picture1.Point(x,y) returns the RGB value of the pixel at the specified coordinates (-1 means the x,y pos is outside the bounds of the target object).
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Thankyou very much.
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