Newbie opengl display problem.

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    Newbie opengl display problem.

    Hi, I am trying to draw up a clock using primitives, but after I have drawn a certain number of element of the clock on the screen, nothing more is displayed afterwards. Any help or suggestion is appreciated, thanks.
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    couple of questions to be asked here:

    first off, are you in perspective or orthagonal view? Second, are you accidentally shifting forward/backward in the z-plane with each object that you draw, causing it to go past the near/far plane?

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