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how does a shader work?

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if I''m not wrong a shader is a part of the rendersystem that defines the material for the vertices/triangles/whatever that will be render. but then, how does it work? at the moment I Have a Material script and a cMaterial class that defines the material of my mesh, but how do I define a shader that can render that material? or is a shader something else?

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