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Could you show me an exmple of a structure concept programming that is used in PHIGS(Progarmmer's Hierarchical Graphics Standard)?  Souce code in C++ that could be used in Borland 4.5 is preferbled. Thank You
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I have never heard of structure concept programming.  is this synonymous with object oriented programming?
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What? Please explain in english what graphics question you have.
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