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How to change an unsigned char array to bit map file in 'C' langauge
Aug 27 '09 #1
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Banfa
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Your problem description is wholly inadequate. What data is in the array to start with? What format of bitmap file do you want to create? What platform is this supposed to run on?

The simplest possible solution would be

CREATE FILE
WRITE DATA IN ARRAY TO FILE
CLOSE FILE
Aug 27 '09 #2
JosAH
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Have a look here.

kind regards,

Jos
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