This short homework or worksheet activity describes how a bitmapped image has been stored in a file, including the encodings used in binary to represent the 4 colours which make up the image, and the height and width of the image. The data is all given in binary format. Students are then expected to recreate the original image by decoding the file, and colouring the appropriate squares in a grid, in the correct colours.
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|Subject(s)||Computing, Data and data representation|
|Published||2010 to date|