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Date Posted: 07:21:02 07/03/00 Mon
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Resize an image (C++)
In reply to: [Tester] 's message, "Resize an image (C++)" on 12:51:15 07/01/00 Sat


Converting from Object Pascal is very easy. You just have to remember that all classes

derived from TObject must be created (allocated) dynamically and explicitely deleted. For


TObject* Obj = new TObject;


delete Obj;

To access the object, where you see the '.' operator in object pascal, just replace with ->

in C++. For example,

Name := Obj.ClassName


Name = Obj->ClassName();

Note that function calls in Object Pascal that don't take parameters there are not any

parantheses at the end.

Best regards,

> Hi
> I need help with an image transformation. Here are the
> steps:
> 1. Load an image ("photo.jpg")
> 2. Resize this image to 100 x 100 pixels using B-Spline
> 3. Save image ("photo_s.jpg")
> I know that there are examples but they are in Delphi
> and
> I need them in C++.
> Thanks
> ------

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