Windows GDI+ is the portion of the Windows XP operating system or Windows Server 2003 operating system that provides two-dimensional vector graphics, imaging, and typography. GDI+ improves on Windows Graphics Device Interface (GDI) (the graphics device interface included with earlier versions of Windows) by adding new features and by optimizing existing features.
The following topics provide information about the GDI+ API with the C++ programming language.
- Introduction to GDI+
- What's New In GDI+?
- Lines, Curves, and Shapes
- Images, Bitmaps, and Metafiles
- Coordinate Systems and Transformations
- Graphics Containers
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