November 2009

.NET provides two classes for image transformations: Matrix, used for geometric transformations, and ColorMatrix, used for color transformations. One of such color transformations is inverting or negating. This means subtracting each color component from 255. Black (0,0,0) becomes White (255, 255, 255), and Green (0, 255, 0) becomes Magenta (255, 0, 255). You can find…

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With VC++ Feature Pack Microsoft has added new classes to MFC to provide support for new controls. However, these controls were not available from the designer. One had to manually wrote all the code for enabling an application to use these controls. Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2, released a couple of weeks ago, provides support…

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