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Does anyone know how to read in the bits of a .bmp and modify the LSB?
I've seen example code in C++, but I'm not that good at C++, so I can't
translate. I prefer VB/VB.NET

Thanks,
Tibby
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Tibby wrote:
Does anyone know how to read in the bits of a .bmp and modify the LSB?
I've seen example code in C++, but I'm not that good at C++, so I can't
translate. I prefer VB/VB.NET

Thanks,
Tibby

I'm not sure what the LSB is but have you looked into the bitmap class.
I know you can read pixel by pixel information from that class.

Chris
Nov 21 '05 #2

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Chris wrote:
Tibby wrote:
Does anyone know how to read in the bits of a .bmp and modify the
LSB? I've seen example code in C++, but I'm not that good at C++,
so I can't translate. I prefer VB/VB.NET

Thanks,
Tibby

I'm not sure what the LSB is but have you looked into the bitmap
class. I know you can read pixel by pixel information from that
class.

Chris


I never even thought of that, but will look into it. The LSB is Lest
Significant Bit, if you translate each pixel to it's binary format, you
have 00000000, with the right-most zero being the LSB. This can be
modified without affecting the picture in any way.

Thanks, will have to look into it.

Tibby
Nov 21 '05 #3

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