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I am converting by hand a code from Java to C#, and I don't know how to convert

private static int rosu = Color.Red.getRGB;

I get this error:

'System.Drawing.Color' does not contain a definition for 'getRGB' and no extension method 'getRGB' accepting a first argument of type 'System.Drawing.Color' could be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)

I use the declared "rosu" in this context:

for (uy=0;uy<h;uy++)
     for (ux=0;ux<w;ux++)
         if(curba[uy][ux]==255)
               curba[uy][ux]=rosu;

Thank you
Posted 22-Jan-11 17:27pm

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Solution 1

The error is telling you that there is no function that matches the one you told it to use. Try this function instead: Color.Red.ToArgb()
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bosco_boom at 22-Jan-11 23:38pm
   
I tried that and now I get this error: Cannot convert method group 'ToArgb' to non-delegate type 'int'. Did you intend to invoke the method?
JOAT-MON at 22-Jan-11 23:53pm
   
Odd...try giving it a fully qualified name: System.Drawing.Color.Red.ToArgb()
bosco_boom at 22-Jan-11 23:51pm
   
forgot the parentheses...:D...thank you
JOAT-MON at 22-Jan-11 23:53pm
   
Good deal! :)

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