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What are the differences between bitmp and vector graphs?

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A bitmap literally allocates colour to a pixel using information encoded in bits (binary digits: 0/1). A vector graph plots the relation between points rather than enumerating the field.

Bitmap:
red-orange-yellow
orange-yellow-black
yellow-black-black

Vector:
Point A.
/
.Point B

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