Thread: Graphics In C++

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    Question Graphics In C++

    I'm trying to display graphics in a C++ program. I've tried numerous OpenGL tutorials and other tutorials related to graphics as well, but they just won't run. Please respond asap.

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    are you doing everything right? linking ther right files? including the right headers?

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    Try something a little simpler than OpenGL, try Allegro or BGI.

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    If you want to do some extremely complex graphical stuff, OpenGL is fine. What compiler are you using ? Most probably the problem is in the inclusion of the necessary library files...

    If you just want some not so special graphics stuff (no animation, no 3D, no fogs, no alpha blending ) then better yet use the graphics abilities of your own compiler, again you must mention your compiler's name, first, to get a solid opinion...

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