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I want to start programming using opengl.  Does anyone know if there is a conversion of it for delphi out there?  Does anyone have any sample apps or can recommend some good books on it?
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If you send me yuor email address I can send you the header files converted for use with Delphi.  I can also send you a sample app.  An excellent book (I highly recommend it) is the OpenGL Superbible by the Waite Group Press.

My email is cerebus@islandnet.com
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i have never seen the superbible but in amazon its reviewd as a book for c++ not delphi if u search under delphi+opengl u`ll find a book just for opengl and delphi.
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