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Can anyone show me where to download DirectX 7 samples ?
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by:hongjun
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Go to http://fun.s-one.net.sg/download/
Then search for DirectX
Download the correct version from the site.

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Oops... Sorry. What I gave you is DirectX 7.0 drivers.

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by:dreamvb
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Hi this might help lots of cool DirectX download one of the best sites ever.

http://www.vbgames.co.uk/downloads.htm

if you can't find what your looking for here then You ant going to find it anywere.

good luck.
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Thanks all, but I'm new with DX7, so I'd like to have standard samples. I know there're some in MSDN but I can't find it. Can you show me where I can download those samples.
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a14b12,

I have some samples in my MSDN library (Visual Studio 6 Ent. Edition) but they are written using Visual C++ and not VB.
The source codes I showed you are simple VB applications using DX7 classes.
You can also take a look of a DX7 tutorial (using VB):

http://rookscape.com/vbgaming/tutorials.php

http://visualbasic.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?site=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.vbgames.co.uk%2Fcommunity%2Ftutorials%2Fdxtut1.htm

good luck

Marco


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Thanks for all your helps. Sorry that I have forgotten this subject.
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