Rotating part of a dc

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    Rotating part of a dc

    I'm making a card game using cards.dll ... Now all is going well so far, drawing of the cards is pretty simple and I've go most of the logic for the game coded. But I can only draw cards in one orientation. But I want to have other players around the 'table' so the cards will need to be rotated.

    I know the rect for each card in every hand.

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    My god that looks complicated! I think I'll just quit this project while I haven't wasted to much time ... I would have thought there would be a function already for it, that's pretty strange.

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    There may something easy in gdi+ you could use - the game-dev folks will prob. be quick to help.

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    Actually.....

    Bitmap Rotation
    [edit]Windows 95/98/Me: Unsupported[/edit]

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