Representing images in binary format

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Representing images in binary format
1 Bitmap
1.1 bitmap images change resolution if you enlarge them, small bitmap images look quite hi-def but if you enlarge them they become pixelated
1.2 you need one byte to get 256 different colors, but two bytes can get you over 60 thousand
2 Vectors
2.1 These do not have data pixels but are a set of instructions for drawing a geometric shape.
2.2 An advantage with vectors is that they can be scaled without loss of quality and they also use less storage

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