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OpenGL vs Direct3D??

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i just want to know which one is better towards each other... openGL or direct3D? please give some explanation on your comment! Thanks :)
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"For most applications, OpenGL is a better alternative than Direct 3D.
Besides the technical considerations described above, OpenGL is the only
graphics API available on all of the following platforms: Windows NT,
Windows 95, MacOS, BeOS, OS/2 and most versions of Unix."

but if you want more information please refer to:

http://www.rockument.com/bove06.html
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thanks techpage !!
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