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C++ program to get pixel value in output when a image is givev as input?

Hi im not so good in c++ plz give d solution for d above que in a simple manner using classes and objects

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  • senthis Oct 16, 2008

    I am new to C++, i need to solve a problem where image will be given as input and i need to get the pixel value of the image as output.

  • dhilsen Feb 18, 2009

    How to read an image in C? And i want to save each pixel value in an array.?

    Can u help me please......

    The code can be in any C compiler or C++ compiler......

    Please help me someone........

    I am in the end of my project.......Its URGENT......

  • Anonymous Apr 23, 2009

    C++ program to get pixel value in output when a image is entered

    i want to convert png image into pixel but iam getting no idea how to perform this. plz help

  • sudarsanps Apr 24, 2009

    am new to C++, i need to know how to get a pixel value for an image and to save that pixel value.. am nearing my end of the project, help me soon..

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Plz give me C code for the given program


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if need
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