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who knows the masm version of OpenGL ?

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if theres anyone in here , who''s not an ass it would be nice if they would write a simple , approx. 2 foot strip of OpenGL display list code or less . they wont write any in masm just in a masm script & slightly altered OpenGL code . they will recieve 50% of everything & anything whatever they want to add can be added . comofmic@juno.com

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You know, I''ve seen you post this request many times now, and I must confess I''m still not sure what you''re asking for.

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you do know what a display list is ?
you can write instructions in a display list & when ever you write the name of the list in your program it executes like an instruction or subroutine . i got documentation of the internet but it gives no examples or definitions .

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yes, i know what a display list is.

However,......there are a few things i''m not familiar with..

Like,

1]A 2 foot strip of OpenGl code (what is a 2 foot strip of code?)
2]Masm "script" (scripting in masm, huh, i dont get it)
3]Slightly altered OpenGL code (wtf is this?)
4]nor do i know or understand the meaning of "masm version" of OpenGL, what version is that exactly, i''m not familiar..????

5]Basically, nobody can answer your question because you dont know how to ask it. Go read some more, and then come back when your terminoligy is at least correct.

Famine

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