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Pixel display format
Pixel display formats like *.bmp, *.gif, *.tif store an array of entries, each entry represents one pixel, or displayed dot on a monitor. This is usually done by storing a 32 bit word in RRGGBBAA format, where
0<=RR<=255 0<=GG<=255 0<=BB<=255 0<=AA<=255
RR represents the Red intensity, BB represents the Blue intensity, GG represents the Green intensity, and AA represents the Alpha (opacity) intensity.
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