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    How do you make graphics in programs? Could someone plz put up a simple program with the cpp files that uses graphics?
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    Looks like "nerdiness" in your signature is going to remain constant!
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    lol, Uraldor.

    Here is a site that has an overview of doing graphics programming with Turbo C++ using the graphics.h header/library.


    Good luck

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    any way to get that to work in windows? it says BGI graphics are not supported by windows, any ideas what i should use? oh im useing Borland C++ 5.01...i may just need a new compiler...
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    well if you want BGI to work in windows, search for an emulator called, winbgi. I wouldnt suggest that either.

    For windows you can use allegro, directx, opengl, etc..
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    i dont gots the library's for opengl, or directx, dunno about allegro...know of any good/beginner tutorials?
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    the best things in life are simple.

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    yeah bgi is DOS, sorry about that.

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    I would suggest OpenGl

    I would suggest using OpenGL... its really great, and you have a great free resource in NeHe's site.

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