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Copying one part of an Image to another


Joined: Mar 24, 2001
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Hi, Im currently working on a chess program for the web and have written most of this program already in C++. My question is that in C++ I load the pieces as one Image. Then I use CopyRect to copy the piece that I want to work with from the original Image.
Im trying to stick with Visual J++ 6.0 if I could. Also, if you have any suggestions about how I can create a smooth animation using the piece when its being dragged I would appriciate it. Thanks,
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Really, you need to go to a MicroSoft forum for J++. Very few people here KNOW much about it.
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