by Ron Kurtus
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August 13, 2003
This site is very much useful for me to clear my doubts. But please tell me what is meant by vector and vector graphics.
Normal or bitmap graphics used in computers is a series of pixels or little colored squares. This make the image file size large and the squares show up when enlarged.
Vector graphics use lines that are defined by equations. Areas inbetween lines can be filled in with color. This allows the image size to be much smaller, which is good for using on the Internet. Also, on enlargement, the lines are still sharp.
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