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Would you recommend this book to someone interested in learning Direct X. (Programming Role Playing Games with Directx by Jim Adams)I just don''t want to get into a book when there are better ones out there. You can leave and beat the traffic or you can stay and beat your meat. Blink 182

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Honestly, it mostly depends on you and your level of experience. I would leaf through the book at a book store and judge it on the merits of what you see. What is right for me, may not be for you. On a personal note, I found the book usefull but I also find use in most of the books I have. Even the ones that were rated low. Good Luck.

"If you are not willing to try, you will never succeed! If you never succeed, are you really trying?"

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Your sig looks like part of your post, you should make it a smaller font and put a HR above it. It is also offensive, this site is suppose to be kid and work friendly right?

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I have heard very good things about that book, so it would not hurt to pick it up. The reviews of it on Amazon.com are excellent, and members here have always spoken highly of it.

ps - I have the live version of ''all the small things'' that they say that in

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