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Flicker occurs when there are intermediate pixels on the screen. Example: draw a blue,filled rectangle, then draw a non-rectangle bitmap over that. The blue pixels 'under' the bitmap cause the effect. There are 2 solutions: 1) avoid the drawing of unneeded pixels by making your algorithm better (and faster) or using regions (see winapi documentation), 2) draw everything in a buffer (memory DC) and transfer that to the screen. This is called 'double buffering'.

The first solution is most of the times too difficult to implement, so solution 2 is widely used, although it is actually slower.
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