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hi all,
I'm having the Imageicon which is placed with an image. Now , I've to get the number of pixels in that image. How to achieve that ?
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If u get access to the image , then getPixels() of PixelGrabber class should do.
 
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hi,
thanx. I completed that with multiplying getIconHeight() and getIconWidth(). Now, the problem is I've to find the number of colors in that image ? Do you have any idea about that ?
thanx once again.
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Posted your answer here

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Hi friends,
I'm having one serious problem while dealing images. I 'm in need to find the size of the image occupied in memory. How to find that.

Also, how to find the properties of the image which should provide number of colors for that image ? That is, by using pixel grabber class, we can get the individual pixel and do the calculation, but that will be giving only the number of colors used in the image. But, what I need is total number of colors., irrespective of used or unused.
thanks in advance
Anu-Maheswari
 
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