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Resize bitmap on the screen

Posted on 2001-08-07
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I need to display the bitmap (or whatever but I think bmp is easiest) in the window and resize it (not cut edges but resize whole image) to fit window size. I don't want to use graphic libaries I think there must be somewhere support for this either in MFC or Platform SDK. Class name, method name would be enough.

Thank you.
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Question by:Pegasi
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by:Pegasi
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Just read what I wrote :) Clarification: I don't need whole window resizing thing. Just bitmap itself.
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by:FengYuan
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Use either StretchBlt or StretchDIBits. For example,

StretchBlt(x, y, width*scale, height*scale,
           hSrcDC, width, height, SRCCOPY);
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StretchBlt(x, y, width*scale, height*scale,
          hSrcDC, 0, 0, width, height, SRCCOPY);

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Thank you, looks right what I need :)
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