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trouble with loading .tga files (*solved*)

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After taking a deep breath I've rewritten the piece of code and everything works now. I can't delete this post (deleting time is expired) and I don't think this topic is useful for anybody so I think it can be deleted. maby it can be useful if I tell what I did wrong: this was my FlipVertical function:
void TgaImage::FlipVertical()
    {
        if (myValid == false)
            return;

        unsigned int RowDataSize = myWidth * myBpp;
        byte* Temp = new byte[RowDataSize];
        unsigned int Top;
        unsigned int Bottom;

        for (int i = 0 ; i < (myHeight / 2) ; ++i)
        {
            Top = i * RowDataSize;
            Bottom = (myHeight * RowDataSize) - (i * RowDataSize);

            memcpy(Temp, &myData[Top], RowDataSize);
            memcpy(&myData[Top], &myData[Bottom], RowDataSize);
            memcpy(&myData[Bottom], Temp, RowDataSize);
        }

        delete [] Temp;
    }
what I did wrong is: (myHeight * RowDataSize) gives the end of the data. When i = 0 (i * RowDataSize) = 0 too. so myData[Bottom] will be pointing behind the boundaries of myData. To solve this I needed to do something like:((myHeight - 1) * RowDataSize) - (i * RowDataSize). [Edited by - flammable on March 18, 2009 9:51:38 AM]

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