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Posted 08 November 1999 - 08:20 AM

I was wondering if someone could point me towards some tutorials on the web, AND I MEAN ON THE WEB, about Windows Programming, and Direct-X. Preferebly on blitting and creating surfaces.
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-King

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Posted 03 November 1999 - 05:51 PM

You should check out the tutorials which come with the Direct X SDK. There are some pretty good ones in the SDK HELP file (not the word docs). That should show you all you need to know, and I believe you can view them on the web at http://msdn.microsoft.com/

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Posted 03 November 1999 - 05:55 PM

How would i go about ordering the DIRECT-X 7 SDK??? does it cost me anything? plus I'm looking for stuff that goes into description of what each function does. well not each, but the good ones, for blitting and whatnot.

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Posted 03 November 1999 - 07:37 PM

You can only order the DirectX 7 SDK from microsoft. They have it available for download for one month after the new version is released.

The best resource for leaning about DirectX and it's function is to study the example code and for each function they use, search for it in the help files.


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Posted 04 November 1999 - 01:19 PM

be sure to check out the MSDN library at http://msdn.microsoft.com. it has documentation for Win32, VC++, and all sorts of other stuff. it's also free.

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Posted 04 November 1999 - 01:33 PM

Windows programming & DirectX??
Well, try here:
http://www.relisoft.com/


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Posted 08 November 1999 - 02:02 AM

You are currently at a good site: www.gamedev.net



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Posted 08 November 1999 - 08:20 AM

Thanks all, stop replying to this post now. Unless you find more, but pointing me to say... "gamedev" wont help, because i've tried it.

-King

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