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Date Posted: 17:40:12 07/03/03 Thu
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: TIFF into array
In reply to: TridaK 's message, "TIFF into array" on 02:18:51 07/01/03 Tue


From you description I am not quite sure what you are trying to do.

From what I can understand you want to read a tiff file, access the pixels, and load them into another structure.

With Envision you can load a tiff file in a TTiffGraphic object, and then access the pixels with the RGB or ScanLine property.

Hope this helps,


>Hi there!
>I want to put a rasterized map in TIFF format into a
>2d array. How can I do that in Borland C++ builder 6?
>I've got other TIFF images with some data associated
>to this map (climate, soil...), and I will have some
>individuals moving in my landscape and their fate will
>depend on the values of the cells where they are
>((x,y) coordinates).
>I can't figure out how to do it (I'm a newbie) and I'm
>wasting my days...
>Please help me!!!!

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