The first time you compile and run an OpenGL program, you run into a bug that makes you crazy.
It looks like this:
A lot of search on the Internet, found that this is the first time to compile OpenGL program will meet the error. The solution is as simple as the #include< gl/glut.h> Preface it with a code like this:
Also note that the order of the code must be in #include< gl/glut.h> Before, can not error, otherwise still can not pass.
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