Is there any inbuilt function in C by which one can directly read or access image?
How to read .bmp, .jpeg image in C language?
No, C is a very simple language that does not understand the concept of images. You'll need to use a library to access the image; for example you can use the standard file library (fopen etc) if you're happy to handle the format yourself, if not you'll need to get an image manipulation library (if it's a JPG then you'll need a JPG image manipulation library for example).
Originally Posted by nnhamaneIs there any inbuilt function in C by which one can directly read or access image?
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Actually i want to read each pixel of image, it may be of any type. For exa take .ppm image file, which contains less information. But i don`t know the exact structure of header or pixel. I am interested in C/C++ only. Plz tell me something about how to open image headers or pixels in C/C++? or tell me any sitename where i can found all information.