void al_draw_bitmap(ALLEGRO_BITMAP *bitmap, float dx, float dy, int flags)
Introduced in 5.0.0

Draws an unscaled, unrotated bitmap at the given position to the current target bitmap (see al_set_target_bitmap).

flags can be a combination of:

Note: The current target bitmap must be a different bitmap. Drawing a bitmap to itself (or to a sub-bitmap of itself) or drawing a sub-bitmap to its parent (or another sub-bitmap of its parent) are not currently supported. To copy part of a bitmap into the same bitmap simply use a temporary bitmap instead.

Note: The backbuffer (or a sub-bitmap thereof) can not be transformed, blended or tinted. If you need to draw the backbuffer draw it to a temporary bitmap first with no active transformation (except translation). Blending and tinting settings/parameters will be ignored. This does not apply when drawing into a memory bitmap.

See also: al_draw_bitmap_region, al_draw_scaled_bitmap, al_draw_rotated_bitmap, al_draw_scaled_rotated_bitmap

Examples: ex_bitmap, ex_blend, ex_blend2, ex_blend_bench, ex_blend_test, ex_blit, ex_clip, ex_curl, ex_draw, ex_expose, ex_font, ex_fs_resize, ex_fs_window, ex_iphone, ex_lines, ex_lockbitmap, ex_logo, ex_mixer_pp, ex_mouse, ex_mouse_events, ex_nodisplay, ex_noframe, ex_opengl_pixel_shader, ex_physfs, ex_pixelformat, ex_prim, ex_rotate, ex_scale, ex_subbitmap, ex_threads2, ex_transform

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