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RE: graphics libraries in C
I've just finished university and i too had a similar task for some course work. We used a graphics library called Gloobs.. it's written in c++ though - but the dev board compiles c++ fine. My program took temperature readings from a serial device and draw some thermometers and also a bar graph.
A quick search on google for "gloobs" will get you going
Another library written in C is called g2, but it's harder to work.
I'm sure there are plenty more, but these are just 2 i've used.
From: Latha [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 18 November 2002 11:48
Subject: graphics libraries in C
i am using axis developer board. I want to generate
images(on fly) with the data available from the
using the captured data from the parallel port, i
have to make graph on the fly, which can be put in to
html document, so that i can see the graph through
is there any graphics libraries available which can
help in writing c program for making images???
Can any one suggest how to do the above task..???
i am student doing project using Axis developer board,
can anyone help me..
thanks in advance
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