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Unformatted text preview: st push it to the folder where you have already placed imageIO.h and imageIO.cpp. You’ll be doing all your work in this one file only. Next, download the images called map.bmp and template.bmp. Push those to your Linux folder also, in the same folder where you have placed the rest of the files. Note the two lines are the very start of your main function that look like this: image im = loadImage(“map.bmp”); image temp = loadImage(“temp.bmp”); These lines read the two images from the two files and load them into memory. The return value is something called a “image struct”, but we don’t need to go into that. The six lines below the loadImage function calls get the width and height of both images, along with the three- dimensional arrays that represent the two images. Look for the line that says: const char *outputFileName = “output.bmp”; After you...
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This lab report was uploaded on 03/02/2014 for the course CS 200 taught by Professor Fareedzaffar during the Winter '11 term at Lahore University of Management Sciences.

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