Pressing a key to display a new bmp

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    Pressing a key to display a new bmp

    Hi guys, im a newbie.. and I was wondering if there was a simple routine for pressing a key to display a new bmp in visual c++.

    For example, if i pressed space, and it would show a high scoretable.. or if I pressed the Left cursor and it showed a different animation than if i pressed the Right cursor


    Your help is much appreciated!

    The Dark Knight!

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    Heres the code
    Code:
    if(pressed_space)
    {
      displayBitmap(number1);
    }
    if(pressed_right)
    {
      displayBitmap(number2);
    }
    But being serious you are going to have to use some sort of graphic libary
    Woop?

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    thanks.. i got a graphic library... so i just do..

    if(VK_space)
    {
    load(&g_cSpriteImages,1,245,1) // the co ordinates
    }

    to show a change in the sprite? and if i want to change background.. say from the title screen to the credits... i jus do

    if(VK_1)
    {
    if(!background.load("Beach.bmp"))return FALSE;
    background.draw(lpBackground);
    }

    yea?

    ur help is as always much appreciated!

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