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From: makulik AT tf16 DOT mch DOT sni DOT de (Makulik.Guenther T 27528 R 91-811 WS tx24 )
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: total newbie question
Date: 5 Aug 1997 12:32:27 GMT
Organization: Siemens Nixdorf Inc.
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Ionicis (anfamily AT sprintmail DOT com) wrote:
: I just started programming in C for about 3 (three) months, and I would
: like to get into graphics programming.  All I want to know, is how the
: heck do you get a singel stinkin' white pixel on the screen (using
: Djgpp, C, and no special libs)??  Please post the code here, hehe.

Use a text dot (.), it's made of four pixels, but there's no other way to
put pixels on the screen without graphic's library (except you'd like to
access your graphics card hardware directly with your program code! :-( ).

Sorry,
Guenther

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