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well I am trying to get the scoring in my game working I want to use glutBitMapString() it says the command is not recognized I just to print numbers like 25

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Did you include glut headers and linked its library?

glutBitMapString()

It's 'glutBitmapString', not `glutBitMapString'

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When you have questions like this about programming errors, it really helps if you 

  • paste the actual, full text of the error (don't summarize, just copy and paste)
  • paste the relevant offending code
Edited by Josh Petrie

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Another blind guess since there's no posted error or code: You need to convert the number to a string first?

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paste the actual, full text of the error (don't summarize, just copy and paste)

I'm a little confused as to why at the end there you say not to copy and paste.

Edited by Josh Petrie

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I'm a little confused as to why at the end there you say not to copy and paste.

I dunno what you're talking about. <_<

Edited by Josh Petrie

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paste the actual, full text of the error (don't summarize, just copy and paste)

I'm a little confused as to why at the end there you say not to copy and paste.


Are you saying that should be a semicolon?

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For those not noticing, originally the post said "don't copy and paste".  You can see that it now says he edited the post, and there should be a button that says "History(1)" you can click to see the old version.

Sometimes jokes don't work that well in online forums.

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