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From: Rick Duley <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2000 16:06:53 PST
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Hi Teamers,
        I am working on a tutorial application to teach iteration to CS1 classes
using a graphical interface.  To achieve my aims I need to be able to write
a graphics file to a Windows98 graphics window controlling its size and
position in the window.  The format of the file doesn't matter but I am
thinking in terms of .bmp, .gif or .jpg files.
        I've ransacked our library and hunted high and low but I can't find
anything which helps (even in a certain language of monosyllabic name which
I won't mention).  Obviously, I want to be able to do this job in Ada, and
there must be a way.  Does anyone have any ideas?

Rick DuleySchool of Computing & Information ScienceEdith Cowan University
2 Bradford St, Mt LawleyPerth, WA 6052, Australia
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