processing image with C or C++

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  1. zainab

    zainab

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    hello, i m asking for a programme ( a simple programme with C or C++) which does a processing image(binarization or segmentation or coloring the image or anything else....) .
     
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    Go to Linux OS....Slackwear go to terminal:: enter: 'paintx'.. from here enter your c-code or c+ code. Or go to Windows ..get a compiler for open GL and
    start the long happy journey of 'Open-GL'.
     
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