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Hello there! I'm just wondering, is it necessary to put a glBegin() and glEnd() in each display list?? I mean, if there's no texturebinding going on, would this work? or perhaps a display list without glBegin would do nothing? but if I put:
  for (int i=0; i < 5000; i ++)
   glCallList(BigNastyBox);  //big nasty box is built WITHOUT glbegin();

do you think this would work? I'm not able to test it right now, so if anyone got a quick answer, please let me know! Cheers! [edited by - Rasmadrak on April 16, 2004 12:35:48 PM]

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The display list is just a container of OpenGL commands, nothing more. There''s nothing wrong with not having glBegin/glEnd in there, but if you don''t have them there, you have to manually put them around the call to the display list.

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