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    Question Question regarding about class CFbsBitmap

    Dear Experts ,

    Is that possible to load JPEG image using CFBsBitmap ? or only I have to laod Bimap ?

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    Re: Question regarding about class CFbsBitmap

    You can use jpeg images in your application by converting them into CFbsBitmap type objects with the help of CImageDecoder API.

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    Re: Question regarding about class CFbsBitmap

    try this example https://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw....r_Example.html it displays many types of images using CImageDecoder API

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    Re: Question regarding about class CFbsBitmap

    there would of course be simpler examples awailable in the wiki, like this one: http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...Symbian_bitmap

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    Re: Question regarding about class CFbsBitmap

    Quote Originally Posted by symbianyucca View Post
    there would of course be simpler examples awailable in the wiki, like this one: http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...Symbian_bitmap
    Ok I understand the code I done similar to it but I generated GUI application , shall I write the header to image_readerAppui.h? or create separate header file ?


    I mean image_reader.h should written in image_readerAppui.h?

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    Re: Question regarding about class CFbsBitmap

    Quote Originally Posted by dr.nokia View Post
    Ok I understand the code I done similar to it but I generated GUI application , shall I write the header to image_readerAppui.h? or create separate header file ?


    I mean image_reader.h should written in image_readerAppui.h?
    See, you have your image_readerAppui.h file. Keep it separate.

    Now you should make a separate file image_reader.h ( and .cpp). You can make an instance of image_reader's class (defined in image_reader.h) in image_readerAppui.h file and use the functions provided by image_reader class.

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    Re: Question regarding about class CFbsBitmap

    Quote Originally Posted by not_dying View Post
    See, you have your image_readerAppui.h file. Keep it separate.

    Now you should make a separate file image_reader.h ( and .cpp). You can make an instance of image_reader's class (defined in image_reader.h) in image_readerAppui.h file and use the functions provided by image_reader class.
    So you mean I have to create separate header and .cpp and call the functions in Appui.cpp ??

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    Re: Question regarding about class CFbsBitmap

    Quote Originally Posted by dr.nokia View Post
    So you mean I have to create separate header and .cpp and call the functions in Appui.cpp ??
    Absolutely right.

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    Question Re: Question regarding about class CFbsBitmap

    Quote Originally Posted by not_dying View Post
    Absolutely right.
    To make sure that we are on the same boat

    For example I have image_read.h and image_read.cpp

    On image_read.cpp there function called void foo();

    In Image_readerAppui.h and image_readAppui.cpp I must include the image_read.h such as #include<Image_read.h>

    In Image_readAppui.cpp call the cuntion such : foo();

    I'm right ?

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    Re: Question regarding about class CFbsBitmap

    I would suggest you on reading some basics of object orientation and C++. Basically you would declare the class in the image_read.h, implement it in image_read.cpp for example. And then you would cnstruct the class instance and utilize the functions of the class through that instance. And in place where you use the class, you would need to include the header, so the compiler would be able to find it.

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    Re: Question regarding about class CFbsBitmap

    Quote Originally Posted by symbianyucca View Post
    I would suggest you on reading some basics of object orientation and C++. Basically you would declare the class in the image_read.h, implement it in image_read.cpp for example. And then you would cnstruct the class instance and utilize the functions of the class through that instance. And in place where you use the class, you would need to include the header, so the compiler would be able to find it.
    I know how to program in C++ and make header file in separate of the source file , But when I generate the GUI application it's confusing where I can call or invoke the functions and so on Im really lost now

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    Re: Question regarding about class CFbsBitmap

    Quote Originally Posted by symbianyucca View Post
    I would suggest you on reading some basics of object orientation and C++. Basically you would declare the class in the image_read.h, implement it in image_read.cpp for example. And then you would cnstruct the class instance and utilize the functions of the class through that instance. And in place where you use the class, you would need to include the header, so the compiler would be able to find it.
    OOP c++ I have no problem with that , all the ideas are clear but the problem is when I generate the GUI many examples showing ConstructL and NewL() all of them are confusing me :s

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    Re: Question regarding about class CFbsBitmap

    basically where ever you would want to use the functions of a class, you would need to contruct a instance of that class, and then use that instance to execute the functions of that class, rather standard object orientation really.

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