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I like pie (charts)

Submitted on: 1/6/2015 12:12:00 AM
By: (from psc cd)  
Level: Advanced
User Rating: By 3 Users
Compatibility: ASP (Active Server Pages)
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     Who doesn't like pie anyway ;) ActiveX Component that creates Pie charts. INPUT: or the PieShop.PieGuy component needs two arrays. One contains the slices, the other contains the colors. Also, width and height can be given, but best results are gotten using 100x100. The base picture should point to the empty.bmp. This is used for getting the color depth of the bitmap. In this case, I've included a 1x1 24-bit bitmap. The backcolor defaults to black (0), but can be changed. RETURNS A nice pie chart having X slices. The color of each slice is the color you pass to the asp page. Note that the color is not in RGB, but in BRG, don't ask why, it's something the PIE function does. ASSUMPTIONS You need to register the dll on the server machine using regsvr32, or just by recompiling it if you have vb installed on the server.

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