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I was wondering if there was a way to look at an Image in java pixel by pixel.  I am looking to get the color of each pixel for comparison perposes.  It would be best if it was built into the SDK, but I guess it doesnt need to be.

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MTRUBS
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would this work with any sort of image file? ... .bmp? .jpg? .gif? etc.

because i cannot seem to get it to load an image
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AFAIK Java does not support bitmap files in the normal libraries
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ah yes, i have it now, thanks a bunch
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