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an excelent book but i need it now .. becuese i dont have it now .. some of my freind's got it and do not return it to me ..Published on September 8, 2000 by tamim
Good, but you'd better know C++ and the basis of trigonometry (it's 3D).You can learn 3D programming, but I think you'd better read another book first, like Lamothe's Black Art, if... Read morePublished on August 3, 1999 by Jose Luis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
i never tried this book before. i hope it'll be good and since i'm a begginer, i think i'll buy it. might be good might notPublished on July 1, 1999
According to the title it says you have to know C++. I mean OF COURSE! Why would you buy a 3d programming book (for c++) if you didnt know C++ well? Read morePublished on February 27, 1999
The cutting edge in the title is misleading. All of the algorithms presented in the book have been known for years (with a few exceptions) and are very basic. Read morePublished on February 18, 1999
I am an computer science student at Oslo College Of Engineering and I bought this book because we havent covered 3D programming during the 3 year education. Read morePublished on February 12, 1999