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Text to Bitmap convertion
Joined: Aug 08, 2008
Aug 27, 2009 05:54:50
hi can anybody please tell me how to generate a bitmap file from text entered in Jtextfield
.i need a wirless bitmap format.
Actually i am using this code
private Bitmap getScaledBitmapImage(
imagename, int ratioX, int ratioY)
int currentWidthFixed32 = Fixed32.toFP(image.getWidth());
int currentHeightFixed32 = Fixed32.toFP(image.getHeight());
double ratio = (double)ratioX / (double) ratioY;
double w = (double) image.getWidth() * ratio;
double h = (double)image.getHeight() * ratio;
int width = (int) w;
int height = (int) h;
int requiredWidthFixed32 = Fixed32.toFP(width);
int requiredHeightFixed32 = Fixed32.toFP(height);
int scaleXFixed32 = Fixed32.div(currentWidthFixed32, requiredWidthFixed32);
int scaleYFixed32 = Fixed32.div(currentHeightFixed32, requiredHeightFixed32);
image = image.scaleImage32(scaleXFixed32, scaleYFixed32);
but it is not recognising Bitmap and EncodedImage classes .i do not why please help me
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Aug 27, 2009 06:02:31
Where does this code come from? The standard
class libraries do not have Bitmap, Fixed32 and EncodedImage image classes, so you need to include whichever library has those in your classpath.
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Joined: Aug 08, 2008
Aug 27, 2009 23:39:23
Thanks for your reply
Joined: Jul 26, 2007
Aug 27, 2009 23:44:50
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