The SEGMENTDATA structure contains segment information.
|uStructSize||Size of this structure in bytes, for versioning. Use the sizeof() macro to calculate this value.|
|rcBitmapSeg||Segment boundaries from the original bitmap.|
|uType||Flag that indicates the type of segment. Possible values are:|
|SEGTYPE_BACKGROUND||[0x01] Segment is a background (The most prevalent color in the document is considered to be the background color).|
|SEGTYPE_ONECOLOR||[0x02] Segment is one color.|
|SEGTYPE_TEXT_1BIT_BW||[0x03] Segment is 1-bit black and white text.|
|SEGTYPE_TEXT_1BIT_COLOR||[0x04] Segment is 1-bit colored text.|
|SEGTYPE_TEXT_2BITBW||[0x05] Segment is 2-bit black and white text.|
|SEGTYPE_TEXT_2BIT_COLOR||[0x06] Segment is 2-bit colored text.|
|SEGTYPE_GRAYSCALE_2BIT||[0x07] Segment is 2-bit grayscale.|
|SEGTYPE_GRAYSCALE_8BIT||[0x08] Segment is 8-bit grayscale.|
|SEGTYPE_PICTURE||[0x09] Segment is an image.|
pSEGMENTDATA is a pointer to a SEGMENTDATA structure. Where the message parameter type is pSEGMENTDATA, you can declare a SEGMENTDATA variable, update the structure's fields, and pass the variable's address in the parameter. Declaring a pSEGMENTDATA variable is necessary only if your program requires a pointer.
This structure describes the data of a segment (image portion).
SEGMENTDATA is used with the following functions: