Raster Operation Codes (Windows CE 5.0)
Raster-operation codes define how the graphics device interface (GDI) combines the bits from the selected pen with the bits in the destination bitmap.
GDI uses two types of raster operations:
- Binary, which involve two operands: a pen and a destination bitmap. For more information, see Binary Raster Operations.
- Ternary, which involve three operands: a source bitmap, a brush, and a destination bitmap. For more information, see Ternary Raster Operations.
Both binary and ternary raster operations use Boolean operators.
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