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QuestionHandle vs. pointer access speed??? Pin
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No, I'm not using Managed DirectX. I am still using MFC to create the main application window, and using the HDC handle to use OpenGL libraries directly. This is identical to what I was doing in the "native" MFC app.

Do you think that my native OpenGL calls are somehow bogged down in the "It Just Works" model of mixing managed and native code? I've never used DirectX graphics before. How much time/effort do you think would be involved in learning DirectX, knowing that I at least have a decent background in OpenGL? And do you think using Managed Direct X would make much of an improvement?

BTW, just as a point of interest, I'm using a GeForce 5900FX card. I don't know what it's rating is in triangles-per-second, but I know it's in the millions. My terrain only contains 6100 triangles, which at 10FPS = 0.06 million triangles per second. So that means something is getting SEVERLY bogged down somewhere.
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QuestionProgram can't run: "The application has failed to start because its side-by-side configuration is incorrect" Pin
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