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C# and OpenGL

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Okay ..after even a few hours, I've decided that DirectX is an abomination to modern Programming ....so I'm going to look into OpenGL ...

is there any way to translate the C++ portion of fhis sample into C#?

http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/csopengl.asp
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