by sharpskater69 on Fri Jul 04, 2008 4:23 am ([msg=6521]see Re: Permanent Programming 2[/msg])
I wanted you to say what language, because there is probably a function out there, somewhere, in a library that will iterate through the pixels of an image. If not that, one that returns the color from a single pixel and you can set up 2 for loops to get all 3000. You shouldn't need to convert it, I didn't. Each pixel is only a single color.
by samer_is on Sat Jul 05, 2008 4:17 pm ([msg=6645]see Im Stuck[/msg])
i did a windows application that starts the website automatically, login, go to programing level 2, but i cant find a way to download the photo from there as its randomly generated and contains no format like .png etc..., im using Visual studio 2008 C# , i appreciate any help.
by brodeur235 on Thu Jul 10, 2008 12:39 pm ([msg=7076]see Re: Permanent Programming 2[/msg])
Tips: Specifically for windows users trying to do this mission in C/C++. Include the windows.h header, go to the challenge page, maximize the page, take a screenshot and make a note of the coordinate of the first pixel. Then, in the same browser type, use the GetPixel() function to rip the pixels off of the screen and test the rgb. Pce,