Graphics in DOS help :)

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    Talking Graphics in DOS help :)

    Hello, I am a fairly new user of C++, and I am in searh of a good downloadable tutorial (please don't tell me books I should get, because I am very very cheap) on making graphics in dos programming in C++... I can't find one! Your help will be great, and thanks for your time!

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    Post Graphics

    In the Tutorials section, theres a link to a downloadable zip which contains multiple graphics tutorials.

    You can also look at the FAQ which has info on graphics, and links to some sites which offer more information.

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    www.brackeen.com

    it contains the best DOS graphics tutorial there is. Read it.
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    Try this site, though i think its in C, but it might do.
    http://www3.bc.sympatico.ca/alexande...troduction.htm

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    Or you could use mutt dos library which supports mouse, keyboard, interrupts, vesa graphics modes, system speaker backgorund music, and more. If you want Ill send you my newest version, it has a few bugs but its pretty usefull.

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    Hey, stupid_mutt, you might be interested in my sound library. It can mix an unlimited number of samples in real time. It plays from a 256 byte buffer so the transfers are very fast.

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    Ya that would be cool, is it for djgpp? Ive decided that im probly not gonna do anything else with my library and I dont really wanna have rick put it on flashdaddee because its not so user friendly, but do you want a copy? If you wanna send me your sound thing my email is: ramso13@email.com
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    Post Hello!

    I am making a 3d Software Rendering Library called "DosGL", its fully extendable based on resolutions... its almost complete. the only thing about it is I need to add more shapes, only squares right now. It works exeedingly well, and the syntax is simple and easy like OpenGL. If you'd like more infornmation email me: minime6696@hotmail.com, or preferably AIM me: aGaBoOgAmOnGeR, or MSN IM me: ditto email.

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