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A 3D clock, OpenGL

Submitted on: 1/5/2015 9:48:00 AM
By: Andrei Krotkov (from psc cd)  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 15 Users
Compatibility: C++ (general), Microsoft Visual C++
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     This is a simple program to demonstrate OpenGL. It will show the time in 3d, with the gears rotating in real time. The red squares are the currently active numbers. It runs wery well, and please vote.

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7/27/2017 7:31:14 PMammar

i try thes code but there is a milion library dos not exist
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12/17/2017 10:55:12 PMSteve

By removing the GLAUX dependency which was deprecated long ago, this code will compile and runs just fine. Add the bmp.h and bmp.cpp file to the project to replace the GLAUX dependencies. You can find them here:< BR>
make sure you remove the line that reads: #include before you compile and change the line that reads: #include to: #include and lastly, add this line after all of your include statements: using namespace std;
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