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bitmapped graphics, every pixel on the screen is surrounded by 8 other
pixels (except for corner or side pixels).
When the resolution is doubled each original pixel, consists of 4 pixels.
Only pixel 1 has 3 adjacent pixels which have the same color (yellow)
and thus meets this condition. Applying this principle to pixel 1:
For none of the other 3 pixels (pixel 2,3 and 4) this condition is met. The color of these pixels is not changed.
This is the final result for the red center pixel :
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