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I know, I know, crap Q, but here goes...

I am having a few problems with DirectX in my C++ compiler... I would appreciate it if someone could tell me how to initiate DX, make a few surfaces, blit to the surfaces, and then blit to the screen...

I have had this explained to me several times, but what I want is some sample code, with _lots_ of commenting!!! Can you do it???
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Hey man, that _was_ a great site, but I need someone to talk me through it... Oh, hang on a mo... W-hoo! It has comments and everything!!! Ta man! Is dat yer site??? It is ace!!! I think you deserve the points!!!
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