How to save a bitmap to a file (VB.NET / C# CompactFramework)

Posted on 2004-11-18
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
How can I save an image (Bitmap) that I have created (without reading from file)
I am using VS.NET and programming C# and VB.NET (CF)
I need code and not some component.
Question by:epihandy
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    have you gone though this article?
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    also see

    The above link saves the signatuer as an Image
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    sorry for the last link.. it saves it in Txt file
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    Assume that you have a Image object already. Then you can just use
    myImage.Save ("c:\\myimage.bmp");
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    I dont think in CF we have this kind of Save function.
    Otherwise MS shouldnot have wrote such article

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