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Printing C graphics output and Converting C graphics output to JPEG file

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Hai All,
I am working on Fingerprints. I reproduced fingerprints in C. I want to print it and also for matching I want to store the output as a JPEG file. For printing I tried PrintScreen, I toggled from the full screen mode then I tried PrintScreen. But nothing was worked out. Please tell me how to take printout. Also how to store the output as a JPEG file. This is very much needed for my research. So please post the answer if you know.


Thank You in anticipation,
P.Vani
May 29 '08 #1
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It's probably easier to figure out how to store it as a JPEG, and then print the jpeg using another program. As far the first step is concerned, google for some c/c++ jpeg libraries to help you do that.
May 29 '08 #2

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It's probably easier to figure out how to store it as a JPEG, and then print the jpeg using another program. As far the first step is concerned, google for some c/c++ jpeg libraries to help you do that.

I am working in Turbo C & C++. I am not able to trace it out using google. Can you help me?

My mail id is perumal.vani@gmail.com. If the step is lengthier you can mail me.

Vani
May 31 '08 #3

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How were your experiences using the various free libraries turned up by the google search "jpeg graphics library c++"? Many of them are open source and free and claim to handle numerous graphics formats, including jpegs. More than that, they come with examples. Which ones did you try? Did they not work for you?
May 31 '08 #4

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To take print out,in this site itself it is given that I have to toggle from the maximized screen. To toggle, press window key then Properties then change from the maximized screen. But when I changed from the maximized screen in the above said manner, the C screen was changed from the output mode to original mode with some symbols. Then I am not able to give Print Screen. For C libraries, I am not getting the detailed information. If I get the detailed information then only I can able to do because I don't have clear idea about using C libraries for this purpose.


Vani
Jun 3 '08 #5

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Also in C JPEG libraries, steps and examples are given to manipulate the JPEG files in C. But what I want is how to convert the graphics output in C to JPEG file in Turbo C. For that I am not able to find out the solution.

Vani
Jun 3 '08 #6

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