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graph.h - where can I get it?

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I just got The Black Art of 3D Game Programming, and yes I know it''s an old book, but I like it. In some of the source code included in the book, you need a libarary file called graph.h. Anyone know where I can get this? It doesn''t seem standard anymore, and I don''t have it on VC++ 6.0.

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Graph.h is a DOS graphics header, and you can''t compile DOS programs with VC++ greater that version 4 I think... So you''re gonna have to get a different compiler. You might try DJGPP (do a search, I dont know the site address). It''s free, and it probably comes with graph.h. It''s a pretty cool compiler, and Rhide is a good IDE IMHO.

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