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Help please

C++ there was no option for it. Ok so I am attempting to do some graphics rendering with no frameworks, my understanding is that ill need to access the GPU, for synchronous calculations, as well as the video driver to actually produce the desired graphics, as well as giving points and rasterization, and all that good stuff. I would like to know how far off that is and where the best place to start is, thank you in advance.

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Brendan Whiting
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Brendan Whiting
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This might not be that helpful a comment, but I can tell you that Treehouse doesn't have much when it comes to lower level programming like C++. I know there are some thorough courses on C++ Lynda and Pluralsight, and on Pluralsight there's a bit more of a community discussion feature than on Lynda. (But Lynda is free through a lot of public libraries).