wumath at January 5th, 2006 08:48 — #1
Hello!!Anybody can tell me that how can I open a STL files with 0penGL(on c++ builder 6)??
oisyn at January 5th, 2006 09:02 — #2
monjardin at January 5th, 2006 09:11 — #3
Do you mean #include and STL header file?
faelenor at January 5th, 2006 16:09 — #4
I guess he means the "stereolithography" ascii file format.
Well, you open it just like any other file and you have to write a simple parser to read it. There is no file format supported in OpenGL, it's only a graphics api. If you want to read a specific file, you have to write the reader yourself.
wumath at January 5th, 2006 22:23 — #5
yes,I mean "stereolithography"......
Can you write some code to help me??
let me to know that how to do.....
thank you very much
monjardin at January 5th, 2006 22:57 — #6
Wow! What a great example of how to NOT go about getting get help from a forum. :blink:
Why would someone waste their time to do a bunch of work for you when you won't even type a decent post? Faelenor went through the trouble of deriving the meaning of your crypting question, and he even capitalized the first word of each sentence!
Maybe this link will help you out.
andrew_bay at January 31st, 2006 15:29 — #7
i love that link, never seen it before
monjardin at January 31st, 2006 16:24 — #8
:lol: You just bumped the catalyst for eddie's suggestion of my JwN meter!
Hopefully, wumath figured out how to render his "STL" files. He did say: "thank you very much"
eddie at January 31st, 2006 17:56 — #9
I really wish your JwN meter was 'statically' imprinted on a page. It would be interesting to see if it went up or down in a given thread.
monjardin at February 1st, 2006 09:13 — #10
Well... I could paste it into each post instead of using a signature....
monjardin's JwN Meter (1):
:geek: That's a pretty sad thing to do with my time. :geek:
oisyn at February 1st, 2006 11:21 — #11
[ok, this is becoming totally offtopic]
Is it allowed to have an image in your signature? If it is, you can write a script that generates the JwN meter image using the referer header
monjardin at February 1st, 2006 17:03 — #12
That's a great idea, but alas, images in the signature are verboten...
nils_pipenbrinck at February 1st, 2006 17:16 — #13
images in the signature are verboten...
Jawoll! (said the german!)