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Turbo C++ 3.0 - Sprites

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I''m using Turbo C++ 3.0 DOS and i need to make some sprites for my graphics. I was wondering is there''s any method or programs out there that can help me convert a current image type (bmp,jpg,gif...etc.) into a sprite (number values 1-15) ?? Or is there anyway to draw a image in this primitive c++ compiler?

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Ahh... I remember those days... Coding with TC++ using the dreaded BGI lib. Newayz...

Yes, there is a program that can do that. I don''t know what it''s called, but the exe is bmpcon.exe. It takes bitmaps (BMP) and outputs a string of numbers (0-F). I think some guy at my old high school made it way back when, and everybody kept using it.

I''ll send it to you. My email is jinushaun@hotmail.com


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