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how do we manipulate *.gif file format in assembly code?

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I have got a problem with this file format. I have to display any gif to screen, in assembly code. First, i know that this kind of files are compressed and i have to decompress them to process the data and then display it to screen. the problem is that i dont know how to decompress gifs and then display it to screen. If anybody has some information about decompressing gifs, or informaton about how this archive is composed, please send me some information to ticoldam12@yahoo.es It is important for me you help me. Any kind of information might be important.
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