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Loading .spr (sprite files) into 2D arrays

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Does anyone know the .spr file format? I''ve been looking all over for it and/or some code for loading the file into an array. I remember there used to be an tutorial that contained code for doing ths but that site( filipe''s page of game programming ) isn''t there anymore. Does anyone know how to do this or at least the way the file itself is structured so i can do it myself?? Any help is appreciated. -Dave

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I don''t exactly know what a .spr file is but you can just write a prog to put all the info of the sprite in a file, and then zip the bitmap and the info file together. You could then name it a .spr .

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Im response to oleg''s reply...This is the second time i''m reposting this...and the only answer i was given was to search the internet...which i did...many times, and came up with nothing. Therefore im posting it again, and hopefully someone knows how to solve my problem and can share that info with me.

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Personally , i have never attempted to load HL .spr files . However , there are a few viewers around.If you can''t find any info you could send an email to the guy who made one

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