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VC++ code to save bitmap image on a disk file

VC++ code to save bitmap image on a disk file

VC++ code to save bitmap image on a disk file

Dear Sir,
    I am Akash from India(Bangalore) . I am developing a small application  related to LAN using VC++.I plan to take a snapshot of a system and send it to a remote system over the network.The snapshot , as you will know , is in a bitmap format.I have sent the snapshot to the remote system after converting it to JPEG format (for obvious reasons).I have used the BITBLT function to capture the sanpshot.The problem is that I want to save the snapshot onto a disk file.
     I would be very grateful if someone could help me with a VC++ code to transfer a bitmap image from a windowDC to a Memdc.
                                Thanking You,

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