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Funny, this subthread is a good example for aggressiv arguments. =)

Cheers Rolf

PS: BTW I'm off ... 8)

UPDATE:

> He asked for:

> I would like my script to compare two images and tell me if even one single pixel is slightly different in one of them.

Indeed! But he didn't talk about different image formats either, leaving much place for interpretations and clarifications.


In reply to Re^6: Matching Images by LanX
in thread Matching Images by virtualweb

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