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Previous Polls

As you may have noticed, there is usually a poll present on the homepage for this site. I try to keep this poll fresh by changing it regularly, but I've archived previous results:

For Approximately $15, would you be interested in purchasing a CD copy of this website:
37% - Maybe if Cheaper
35% - Yes
28% - No

Results for What area of DirectX (any version) are you particularly interested in?
45% - Direct3D
23% - All / Any 
18% - DirectDraw
4% - DirectSound
4% - DirectPlay
3% - DirectInput
1% - DirectMusic
0% - None
0% - Other

Which of the following Genre's of video games have you written (to a playable/almost distributable level or above!)
36% - Not yet completed a game
14% - Role Playing Game
14% - Other
8% - Real Time Strategy
7% - Turn Based Strategy
6% - Graphic Adventure
6% - First Person Shooter
6% - Fighting Game
5% - Racing Game

Which version of VB are you currently using?
36% - VB6 Enterprise
35% - VB5 Professional
7% - VB.Net Enterprise
6% - VB6 Standard/Learning Edition
5% - VB.Net Professional
3% - Do not use VB
3% - VB5 Professional
2% - VB5 Enterprise
1% - VB5 Standard / Learning Edition
1% - Other Version of VB.

What sort of programming do you do, or want to do, with DirectX?
40% - Write industry standard games
25% - Write simple desktop games
10% - Add multimedia functionality to an otherwise dull project
9% - Further my knowledge of the area
8% - What is DirectX?
8% - Write Multimedia Desktop Programs

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