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[.net] C# Managed DirectX Double Buffering

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Hello all, I am new to Managed DirectX, but I feel like I am coming along nicely. I have been looking for an example of a simple bouncing block program just so I can see how animation (double buffering) is done in Managed DirectX. I was wondering if someone knew of a segment of code that was out there that you could point me to. If not, could someone possibly post a simple program like that on here just so I can get an idea of how its done. I can't seem to find it anywhere. Thanks so much, Xadeu2005 [Edited by - Xadeu2005 on August 9, 2005 8:48:00 PM]

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Installing the DX SDK also installs a help file "DirectX 9 for Managed Languages" which include the API documentation, tutorils, and examples. The tutorials specifically walk you through what you want to do.

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