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- 09-24-2012, 02:47 PM #1
Challange: FLC file to BufferedImage
I want to read a FLC file from the disk and decode it into a BufferedImage.
The FLC is explained here:
The FLIC file format
Before I start:
How hard is this task in a scale from one to ten(where 10=hardest)?
Do I need to know assembly programming or anything that isn't Java? I know some basic C++ stuff. Example structs can be replaced with a static class. Unsigned ints can be replaced with long, right? Or I could just use ints for all types.
What about bit manipulation? Do I need to master that?
Where do I even start?
- 09-24-2012, 04:02 PM #2
Re: Challange: FLC file to BufferedImage
I can't answer most of those questions and indeed the first one is unanswerable: difficlty levels are relative to interests, skill and experience and are not absolute. But as for this:
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