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Ah, the OpenGL blue book that I never got around to buying.

As opposed to the red book (reference guide)[1] and the orange book (shading language reference)[2] of which I got copies of the respective last versions before they merged into the newer "red-ish book" that combines both[3].

Just in case you ever wondered where that one Lego picture in the Windows 3D maze screen saver came from (the cover of the red book).

[1] http://www.opengl-redbook.com/

[2] https://www.amazon.de/OpenGL-Shading-Language-Randi-Rost/dp/...

[3] https://www.amazon.de/OpenGL-Programming-Guide-Official-Lear...

Does the color coding mean anything?

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