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On the main loop? Do you mean the render loop? Hmm… well the DirectX SDK tutorials do use a nice way of processing the main loop. But if tutorials are what you are looking for, then try these links.

CodeSampler, Arguably once of the best sites for DirectX tutorials.
Andy Pike, Some good introduction tutorials, sort of NeHe-ish.

Just Google for more, you’ll find them.
Just in case, if you want to see how I run my main loop ->


// Initialize the message queue
//
memset( &Msg, 0, sizeof( MSG ) ) ;
Msg.message = WM_NULL ;
Msg.wParam = 0 ;
Msg.lParam = 0 ;

// Retrieve any pending messages
//
PeekMessage( &Msg, NULL, 0, 0, PM_NOREMOVE ) ;

bGotMsg = FALSE ;

while ( WM_QUIT != Msg.message )
{
// While active, just peek for messages
// Or else, wait for them
//
if ( TRUE == g_bIsAppActive )
{
bGotMsg = ( PeekMessage( &Msg, NULL, 0, 0, PM_REMOVE ) != 0 ) ;
}
else
{
bGotMsg = ( GetMessage( &Msg, NULL, 0, 0 ) != 0 ) ;
}

// Process the messages received if any
//
if ( TRUE == bGotMsg )
{
TranslateMessage( &Msg ) ;
DispatchMessage( &Msg ) ;
}
else if ( TRUE == g_bIsAppActive )
{
// TODO : Handle runtime processing!!

}
}


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