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This article contains code that demonstrates how to save a message to a compound document--specifically an .msg file--that is readable by any client that supports the .msg file format. The function below takes a valid message object as an in parameter and uses its properties to create a duplicate of the message and save it to a compound file using the .msg format. The subject line of the message is used as the file name of the new file. NOTE: Special characters in the subject line of the in parameter of this function can cause unexpected results. While code can be written to avoid special characters in the subject line, it is not germane to the topic and such code is intentionally left out. All versions of Outlook and the Exchange Client support CLSID_MailMessage as the compound document.
recursive flood-fill with 4 directions Flood fill, also called seed fill, is an algorithm that determines the area connected to a given node in a multi-dimensional array . It is used in the "bucket" fill tool of paint programs to determine which parts of a bitmap to fill with color, and in games such as Go and Minesweeper for determining which pieces are cleared. When applied on an image to fill a particular bounded area with color, it is also known as boundary fill . [ edit ] The algorithm recursive flood-fill with 8 directions
Efficient Polygon Fill Algorithm With C Code Sample © 2007 Darel Rex Finley. This complete article, unmodified, may be freely distributed for educational purposes. Before reading this page, you should thoroughly familiarize yourself with the point-in-polygon algorithm. While the point-in-polygon algorithm is useful for determining whether a few points are inside a polygon, it is woefully inefficient for filling a polygon, because it requires checking every side of the polygon for every pixel in the image. To speed things up tremendously, we will check each side of the polygon only once per pixel row.
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For the third article in my series on maze algorithms, I’m going to take a look at Kruskal’s algorithm. (I’ve previously covered recursive backtracking and Eller’s algorithm .) Kruskal’s algorithm is a method for producing a minimal spanning tree from a weighted graph.