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OpenGL source code in Glut and VC++ to plot graphs?

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can someone tell me the source code when i want to draw some graph in GLUT(openGL) and VC++ by giving it some function f(x) at console, along x-axis and y-axis? is there any short source code available?
i need it urgent . please help me.
i am looking forward to you people.
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