Differentiate between bitmap checkpoint and image checkpoint.

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Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

Bitmap checkpointImage checkpoint
Bitmap checkpoint can be defined as the process of checking only a part of a particular image.Image checkpoint can be defined as the process of checking the whole image at a time.
Image checkpoint checks the properties of application or image as a bitmapIt is used to check the properties of a Web image.
The bitmap can only be used in a defined area.Image checkpoint can only be used on the whole image and not on any definite part.

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