Visual C++ Graphic Question. 
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 Visual C++ Graphic Question.

When you do a _imagesize or _getimage function call, there are four
bytes added to the size or data returned.  For example, if you are
in 320 X 200 X 256 color resolution and do a _imagesize(0,0,320,200)
call, the returned value is 320x200+4 or 64004.  What do the four
bytes represent?  It does not seem to be longs of row and column like
I would expect.

Ed Murashie                     US Mail :  Beckman Instruments Inc.
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Wed, 29 May 1996 01:47:09 GMT  
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