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Default Beginning Graphics Programming

I'm currently in my second quarter of C++ in school and so far it seems that the only place I'll be taught how to program graphics (2D or 3D) is from a book or the internet. So it is here I turn now to ask for your help. I have a few questions that you could perhaps help me with.
  • Do you know of any good books dealing with learning good object oriented graphics programming?
  • Do you know of any good introductory lessons on the internet dealing with object oriented graphics programming?
  • What libraries would I need for 2D graphics programming?
  • What libraries would I need for 3D graphics programming?

I would greatly appreciate any help in this area.

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