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can some one send me a source code example of bsp/3d graphics please?
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Sure, I´ll send you a zip file called graficas.zip which has all of my notes and projects concerning graphics in c/c++.

The file is about 550 KB.

bye
jorge
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thank you jconde.
It's just what I was looking for :)

dilla
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