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Microsoft stretch bit is it C or C++ ?

rollerbladegirl
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I have been wondering this for a while. It seems that Microsoft's ability to stretch an image is so advanced that very few, if any, other software developer has matched it in smoothness and clarity.

Is that bit of code written C or in some version of C++?

If it is written C, then maybe I might do well to understand at least some of that code.

If it is written C, but can be better written in C++ then I would like to know that.

If you feel like discussing those past two sentences, fine, but I keep to my original question: Is Microsoft's stretch bit (or whatever it is called!) written C or C++?

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Jan 23 '20 #1
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C.

It is written in C. Not in C++. Just in C.
Mar 23 '20 #2

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