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I want code for image file read and write without using any library and implementation. Please add the comments in this code.

What I have tried:

I'm tried from YouTube videos but not getting
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Updated 14-Jan-22 22:17pm
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Rick York 15-Jan-22 12:53pm
   
Why? There are plenty of libraries available so what's the point?

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I want code for ...

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Your request is too generic.
Assuming you are working on Windows OS, you may have a look at Microsoft documentation, it provides sample C code for handling bitmaps with Winapi (Using Bitmaps - Win32 apps | Microsoft Docs[^]).
It is not exactly an 'easy-to-grasp' code for the unexperienced developer.
   

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