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In Windows XP with C++, how do I set the screen mode to 800x600x24, and then get a pointer block of memory that I can write directly to and it will show up on the screen? I don''t want any double-buffering or anything else, I do that and all blitting myself. Thanks! - Pete

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Don''t think it''s possible without an API in windows xp...

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Thanks for your reply!
Right now I''m using GDI to blit my back buffer to the screen, but I made a custom Surface class and blitting function.
All I want is just a block of memory to copy my custom Surface directly to the screen with no in-between steps.

- Pete

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