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Discover a MSVC++ V6 MFC SDI project that demonstrates how to access the OpenGL polygon tesselation functions in an MFC C++ application.
This class makes it easy to print output in OpenGL. Based on the code on http://nehe.gamedev.net, and made for WindowsAPI.
Learn to create a simple balloon game using OpenGL. (The corrupted source code file was reposted.)
Learn how to implement texture mapping, using OpenGL to create a texture manager. (The article was updated and a performance demo project was added.)
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