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i can't buy the book <<Collision Detection in Interactive 3D Environments>>,because it don't sell in my country. who can help me?give me a link,or send to my email,chena224503@163.com. thanks.

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Buy it online yourself at www.amazon.com. They ship to China.
Asking a stranger to buy something for you is inappropriate and little shady.
Somebody is going to get scammed.

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Buy it online yourself at www.amazon.com. They ship to China.
Asking a stranger to buy something for you is inappropriate and little shady.
Somebody is going to get scammed.

hehe,why you konw i from china?
it's very difficult to buy book at www.amazom.com in china,because in china normal visa card can't pay $,only RMB.
i only want get the SOLID 3.5,in the cd of the book.
who can provide a download link? or email to me.
thanks.

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Have you checked out the FreeSOLID homepage? (The link was in the Math and Physics forum FAQ) There you can get SOLID 1.0, for free. SOLID 3.5 is according to the official homepage only distributed with the book.

So if you want the latest SOLID you'll need the book and if you live in China (as it says to the right of your name when you post), why not go to the Chinese Amazon? (The link was in the international section of Amazon.com.)

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Hi,

Another alternative would be to use Pierre Tardiman's opcode library. It is free, open source, but it lacks documentation - thre is only a user manual for version 1.2. It is used by a bunch of project, incuding Novodex and Tokamak. It is fast and reliable.

Regards,

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Have you checked out the FreeSOLID homepage? (The link was in the Math and Physics forum FAQ) There you can get SOLID 1.0, for free. SOLID 3.5 is according to the official homepage only distributed with the book.

So if you want the latest SOLID you'll need the book and if you live in China (as it says to the right of your name when you post), why not go to the Chinese Amazon? (The link was in the international section of Amazon.com.)

hehe,your explain is very detailed.
thanks,i will go to buy this book.
thanks for your reply again.

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Hi,

Another alternative would be to use Pierre Tardiman's opcode library. It is free, open source, but it lacks documentation - thre is only a user manual for version 1.2. It is used by a bunch of project, incuding Novodex and Tokamak. It is fast and reliable.

Regards,

thanks.
i download this library, i read it now.
i like open source.

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