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Is their a GUI app that can slice, dice ,and resassemble a JPG image on the screen?

 
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Hi all,

I am looking for a piece of software that would enable the user to bring up a JPG or tiff image on the screen, cut up this image into parts as he or she wants on the screen using the mouse, reassemble the pieces into some other configuration, and save the re-composed image as a jpg to the database. The cut pieces could be simple rectangles. Is there a method of enabling this within a web browser or in a swing component?
 
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Wow! Craig, thanks a lot for this slab of beef! I will learn much from it, including the fundamentals of image manipulation. I will have to learn how to select a rectangle using the mouse (as opposed to random selection) so I will get to work drawing with the mouse. Much to learn, but this is a great start!
 
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ps pardon abominable spelling on the item description--

"their" should read "there"

"resassemble" should read "reassemble"
 
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