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ZeeBoy
09-07-2001, 01:02 PM
Hi all

I have just bought the book Opengl Game Programming which i have heard so much about. But having recived it i am a little pissed off.

I got the book which is a good book. I got the CD, But the CD had no source code files. all the zips on my cd are empty. I dont think im doing anything wrong, i think i know how to use winzip.

Has anyone else had had this happen to them.

hope not it hurts when u get ur present and its a dud. Anyhow, if any one know where i can download these files charter1 to chapter21 can you please let me know thanks

Zee

MarsuGL
09-07-2001, 03:21 PM
hello,
i want to buy this book too.
Maybe the files are on the website of the firm that has realeased the book.

V--man
09-07-2001, 05:09 PM
Maybe you should update your zip program. What size are those zip files?

and yes, the publisher should have the CD stuff on the web.

V-man

ZeeBoy
09-08-2001, 12:05 PM
thanks for ur replays guys

MarsuGL buy this book i have had it only 2 days and i cant stop reading it it is so well written and if full of example code and exelently documented descriptions.

I have 48 books in my personal computing library and this is the second book i feel this pationate about. The first was Beginning Visual C++ 6

V man i have winzip 8, and all of the files on the cd are 118 bytes. Unless the OS is reading this wrong i think they are empty. but good news i found source code

here it is for those of u how may be in a similer situation as me http://www.primagamedev.com/books/book/5376/999/

Zee

09-08-2001, 11:14 PM
The book has it's share of errors in the example codes in the book but the codes in the zipfile should be correct--I hope. I also just picked it up yesterday and it's very easy to read. It's one of those computer books that doesn't put you to sleep.

I wouldn't recommend the book for total beginners. Certain things are ommited that I think would make it difficult for beginners to pickup. And the errors would probable throw them off.

NOTE: I've only read 1/4 of the book so far so I only have that much to base it off of.