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Figure 31 XBM File format
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#define imagename_width 16 #define imagename_height 2 #define imagename_hot_x 1 #define imagename_hot_y 1 static unsigned char imagename_bits [] = { 0x10, 0x10, 0x10, 0x01 } ;
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many different XBM files When an XBM file is read to display the image, this name has no significance The image dimensions are defined with a pair of #define preprocessor directives The preprocessor symbols with the suffixes _width and _height specify the image width and height in pixels These definitions are required XBM files can define a hot spot that is used when the image is used as an icon The position of the hot spot is specified by two #define directives that create preprocessor symbols with the suffixes _hot_x and _hot_y The definition of the hot spot is optional within an XBM file, but one symbol may not be present without the other symbol The last statement in the image definition is an array of bytes that defines the pixel values for the image Each byte represents the value for eight pixels in the image The image data is stored from top to bottom, left to right; pixel values are not split across rows If the image width is not a multiple of eight, the extra bits in the last byte of each row are not used The total number of bytes in the image must be
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using integer division XBM files contains no color information Bits set to zero are drawn in the current background color, and bits set to one are drawn in the current foreground color Byte Ordering Byte ordering is not an issue with XBM files since all the data consists of single bytes Within a byte the least significant bit represents the leftmost pixel This is the opposite of the Windows BMP format (and all the other formats in the book) Sample Image The following code is a sample XBM file that produces the image shown in Figure 32 #define myimage_height 12 #define myimage_width 12 static unsigned char myimage_bits[] = { 0xF0, 0x00,
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Figure 32 Sample XBM Image
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File Syntax An XBM image file is a C source file However, no one is going to implement a complete C preprocessor and parser to read an image file C is a free-format language, making it relatively difficult for a simple parser to handle Consequently, a legal XBM file and an XBM file that can be displayed by a given image-viewing application are two different things Unfortunately, the difference between the two is not specified, so we can only give some guidelines when creating XBM files: Use no blank lines Use no comments Follow the exact statement ordering shown in Figure 31 Use decimal values for integers in the #define directives Use no spaces between the # and define Use hexadecimal values for integers in the pixel data Violating any of these rules, even though it results in perfectly valid C, can make your XBM image unreadable Interestingly, there are XBM decoders that will correctly display images stored in files that contain certain errors in C syntax
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Reading and Writing XBM Files Creating XBM files is a trivial process All an encoder has to do is output a simple text file using the format described above On the other hand, reading XBM files is rather difficult, especially considering the limited capabilities of the format One approach is to apply compiler writing techniques The decoder is logically broken down into two passes: One breaks the file into a sequence of tokens while the other parses the tokens
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