Use the index on the left to choose any OpenGL reference page for viewing. There are two forms of the index which can be selected by clicking at the top of the index; a traditional flat index combining the API commands and GLSL functions, and an accordion-style index with separate sections for commands and functions. The flat index also includes per-letter section links.
The reference pages include all of the important usage information for each command and function. This information includes a description of all parameters, return values, error conditions, related commands and functions, and version support.
These man pages only document OpenGL 4 core context functionality. For compatibility context specific functionality, please refer to the OpenGL 2.1 Reference Pages and/or the appropriate extension spec you are interested in using.
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