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fillpoly() command: how does it work

Hi. How does the fillpoly command work?

I want to know exactly how to do this command. I'm porting my 3D game + soft. driven engine to QBasic (for simplicity), but QBasic doesn't suport this command (or any like it, as far as I know).

Or, even better, can I access Windows DLL's from QB (for example OpenGL32.dll)?. Thx.

PS. Sorry 'bout the low points, I'm running low.
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madmanmarkau
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gstoddartCommented:
Um, this is a C forum, there are visual basic forums which would be better suited.  Oddly enough, it's the number 1 most popular topic.  =)
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madmanmarkauAuthor Commented:
Sorry, I meant it like this:

I want to be able to draw a 3-vertex polygon in QB, without those little glitches you get at the corners of a "paint"ed area, where paint doesn't reach.

And I meant can I access Windows DLL's from Q-Basic, not V-Basic. (It was a typo...)

Can you help?
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AlexVirochovskyCommented:
Most close analog of fillpoy-> Polygon Api
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The Polygon function draws a polygon consisting of two or more vertices connected by straight lines. The polygon is outlined by using the current pen and filled by using the current brush and polygon fill mode.

BOOL Polygon(

    HDC hdc,     // handle to device context
    CONST POINT *lpPoints,     // pointer to polygon's vertices
    int nCount      // count of polygon's vertices
   );    
 

Parameters

hdc

Identifies the device context.

lpPoints

Points to an array of POINT structures that specify the vertices of the polygon.

nCount

Specifies the number of vertices in the array. This value must be greater than or equal to 2.

Return Values

If the function succeeds, the return value is nonzero.
If the function fails, the return value is zero. To get extended error information, call GetLastError.

Remarks

The polygon is closed automatically by drawing a line from the last vertex to the first.
The current position is neither used nor updated by the Polygon function.

See Also

GetPolyFillMode, POINT, Polyline, PolylineTo, PolyPolygon, SetPolyFillMode
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AlexVirochovskyCommented:
I hope, you use Poligone Api w/o problems. Alex
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madmanmarkauAuthor Commented:
Umm... I don't want to know how to USE the function, I want to know how to WRITE that function...
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AlexVirochovskyCommented:
>>I want to know how to WRITE that function...
See description in
http://www.neutralzone.org/home/faqsys/cates/math.html
(Filled Poligons)
For get code you must or dpwnload all fagsys (63MB)!
or contact with Stefan (Oslo University)
http://www.neutralzone.org/home/faqsys/
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madmanmarkauAuthor Commented:
Bloody thing... I accepted the wrong answer... I wanted to accept the previous posting... Grrr...
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