Friends i am a student of bscs and trying to load an image on turbo c or anyother compiler such as dev c or c free which are common in use in our university. Please suggedt me what should i do first for this purpos??
I am working on a project of my 2nd semester. I just want to display my group members name with their pictures, it may be of any format (jpg,bmp . . .etc). I've tried a lot to do this in turbo c++ as we are asked to make project just using turbo c++, but there was a fualt in loading of pixels.
Please suggest me any library or any other method plz. . . .
My guess is that Turbo C is just too old a compiler to do what you want -- 16-bit programs don't have very much memory so it may not be able to load the image. In that case the only solution is to use a modern compiler.
AD is absolutely right Za3mi. You need a newer compiler. You can install the MingW version of the GNU C/C++ compilers for free - it is open source, on most versions of Windows, including XP. If you have enough RAM to run a virtual machine, such as VirtualBox, then install that and some version of Linux that will provide the full-featured GNU compiler suite, plus there are a lot of image processing libraries on Linux that won't cost you a bit.
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