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Simple image comparison in .NET

, 25 Nov 2014 CPOL 150.1K 22.6K 292
A set of .NET extension methods to get the difference between images and more...
consoleimagecomparison_1.6-noexe.zip
ConsoleImageComparison_1.6.zip
ConsoleImageComparison.exe
ImageComparisonConsole-noexe.zip
ImageComparisonSolution.zip
ImageComparison
ImageComparison
ComInterop
Properties
ClassDiagram1.cd
ImageComparisonWpfGui
Properties
Settings.settings
TestingImageComparison_Console
Properties
SampleImages
img_one.png
img_two.png
lab100.jpg
lab200.jpg
ConsoleComparison
Properties
bin
Debug
firefox1.png
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ImageComparisonSolution_1.6.zip
ClassDiagram1.cd
Settings.settings
DuplicateImages
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Button_B_128 - Copy.png
Button_B_128.png
Button_X_128 - Copy.png
Button_X_128.png
Button_Y_128.png
Subfolder 1
Button_A_128 - Copy.png
Button_B_128 - Copy.png
Button_B_128.png
Subfolder 2
Button_B_128 - Copy.png
firefox1.png
firefox2.png
img_one.png
img_two.png
lab100.jpg
lab200.jpg
firefox1.png
firefox2.png
justthedll_1.6-noexe.zip
JustTheDll_1.6.zip
XnaFan.ImageComparison.dll
XnaFan.ImageComparison-noexe.zip

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Jakob "XnaFan" Krarup
Software Developer CGI
Denmark Denmark
Happy coder - with an urge to learn and share learning. Proficient in juggling, calligraphy, balloon animals, and drawing. Love spending time with my girlfriend and shared kids.

I've been coding since 1990, where a friend introduced me to QBASIC. Since then I've been through Delphi, HTML, Javascript, ASP (classic), Java and am now completely and thoroughly in love with C# ; )

I love coding games (XNA) and utility classes, and I always strive to remove repetitive coding tasks from my development efforts by creating helperclasses or subclassing existing controls and classes.

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