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Old May 22nd, 2004, 04:25 PM
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Default Advanced bitmap help

Hi, I need help with some bitmap functions. What I need to do is load in a bitmap file. Then draw the golden spiral onto it from math. After that I have to take another bitmap and copy it along the path so the radius of the top one covers the center of the next. I keep doing this till I reach the end (end of screen). This should generate a fish scale like effect that I need. Finaly, I have to output the bits back out to the bitmap file (or a new one whould be just as well). I have writen some of it already, but I think I'm going about this wrong. Any help would be welcomed.
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Old September 13th, 2004, 09:49 AM
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C++ has no native graphics support. You'd be better off posting to a forum specific to programming for your OS.

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