TImage and bitmap with BC++ Builder help needed

I have Borland C++ builder 5 and
I want to know how can i save a bitmap on a TImage,
how to take its rgb values,
create a new bitmap and change its rgb values according to above rgb values and show it at TImage.
I do them with Delphi but i dont know how can i do with C++ Builder.

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the class and method in delphi and c++ builder are 99% compatible.  just make sure you use the "->" notation for qualifying and what you do in delphi should also work for c++ builder
Builder can compile Delphi code -- most of the time (depending on code complexity) without the need to make code adjustments.  Delphi cannot compile Builder code though.
trabzoneAuthor Commented:
how it does???
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trabzoneAuthor Commented:
some code for finding rgb values may be so useful
http://www.bcbdev.com/faqs/faq56.htm might interest you

hope that helps

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