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Using 1 Bit per Pixel

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The 1-bpp format is for simple black-and-white displays. Black is represented by 0, and white is represented by 1. Pixel (0,0) is packed into the highest-order bit of the first byte of display memory. The following illustration shows the arrangement of memory for the format.

 Last updated on Tuesday, July 13, 2004

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