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Delphi Copy Part of One Bitmap to Bitmap

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srcBMP
destBMP

I want to copy a 26X32 sub-image from srcBMP to destBMP at X,Y coordinates

I want it in original format (not stretched).

Help please :)
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Geert Gruwez earned 500 total points
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  DestBitmap, SrcBitmap: TBitmap;
  X, Y: Integer;

  BitBlt(DestBitmap.Handle, X, Y, X + SrcBitmap.Width-1, Y+SrcBitmap.Height-1, SrcBitmap.Handle, 0, 0,  SRCCOPY);

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by:silvertrace
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tried it....

same as before...no matter what I do I get a white screen on the canvas when I try to draw it.

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by:silvertrace
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Got it ..

Apparently BitBlt works with bmp.canvas.handle not bmp.handle

Thanks!
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