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Very urgent, how to fill bitmapstruct.

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I need very urgent help, as how to fill the bitmap structs in vc. is there a method?
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VirtualEye earned 125 total points
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Hi,
Your question is not very clear, anyhow
you can use getobject function in VC++. here is an example:

GetObject (hBitmap, sizeof (BITMAP), &bitmap) ;

Maybe it helps
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by:Sys__Prog
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hi.
thats what i needed. thanx
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