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Hi there,
i'd like to know how to load 3d object such *.obj or *.max file format to show in application program which created by c# and OpenGL. i have an example in C by Nate Robins. however, i want to do it with C# and i don't know how to do it. Thank you so much for reading and help!!!
MaengWon^^

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I have written three C# files that allow C# programmers,
using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET under Windows 2000
(or beyond), to easily use OpenGL in their C# applications.

http://www.colinfahey.com/opengl/csharp.htm

you can find all the details at the link
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Thank you so much for your answer~
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