How could I get the size of android.graphics.picture

by A.TNG » Wed, 02 Sep 2009 17:50:59 GMT


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 Hi,

In my application, I will get a instance of android.graphics.picture
which is populated by user. Then I use writeToStream to save. After
save, I have to check the file size. If the size is too large, then I
should delete this file.

I think this save-check-delete operation is not reasonable. I prefer
to check the size of android.graphics.picture. If the size is too
large, I should not save to local. But I checked
android.graphics.picture, it only have getHeight and getWidth member
functions.

Could I get the size of android.graphics.picture?

Thanks for help,
Jiyu
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