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How can I encode a image file by perl ?

by Anonymous Monk
on Jan 15, 2001 at 21:05 UTC ( #51957=categorized question: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??
Contributed by Anonymous Monk on Jan 15, 2001 at 21:05 UTC
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I am writing program to read a image file as binary or hexademical. Are there any function for doing that ?

Answer: How can I encode a image file by perl ?
contributed by fundflow

There is PerlMagic which is very versatile and handles all known image formats:

If you need a small input-output routine you can use PPM image format. Simple I/O routines for this one are in my! script.

Answer: How can I encode a image file by perl ?
contributed by cLive ;-)

Also, I recommend the O'Reilly book:

"Programming web graphics with Perl & GNU Software"

I've read it but, unfortunately, haven't had time to play with it. The functionality though seems great. You can easily use imagemagick to manipulate images, and Perl::magick (or whatever it's called) is a simple object oriented interface for ImageMagick.

Anybody actually had a play with it?

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