Graphics programming solutions

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McGraw-Hill, 1993 - Computers - 500 pages
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A programmer's tool kit for developing IBM PC graphics applications. It includes information on how to: Use XGA and Super VGA video modes in programs; program laser printers using HP-PCL; implement the latest pen plotter and image scanning technologies; develop and use bit-mapped fonts; scan, encode, and compress graphics images using the Tag Image File Format; and more.

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Introduction to Microcomputer Graphics
VGA Architecture
VGA Device Drivers

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