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GLDELETEPROGRAM(3G)			  OpenGL Manual 		      GLDELETEPROGRAM(3G)

NAME
       glDeleteProgram - Deletes a program object

C SPECIFICATION
       void glDeleteProgram(GLuint program);

PARAMETERS
       program
	   Specifies the program object to be deleted.

DESCRIPTION
       glDeleteProgram frees the memory and invalidates the name associated with the program
       object specified by program.  This command effectively undoes the effects of a call to
       glCreateProgram().

       If a program object is in use as part of current rendering state, it will be flagged for
       deletion, but it will not be deleted until it is no longer part of current state for any
       rendering context. If a program object to be deleted has shader objects attached to it,
       those shader objects will be automatically detached but not deleted unless they have
       already been flagged for deletion by a previous call to glDeleteShader(). A value of 0 for
       program will be silently ignored.

       To determine whether a program object has been flagged for deletion, call glGetProgram()
       with arguments program and GL_DELETE_STATUS.

ERRORS
       GL_INVALID_VALUE is generated if program is not a value generated by OpenGL.

ASSOCIATED GETS
       glGet() with argument GL_CURRENT_PROGRAM

       glGetProgram() with arguments program and GL_DELETE_STATUS

       glIsProgram()

SEE ALSO
       glCreateShader(), glDetachShader(), glUseProgram()

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2003-2005 3Dlabs Inc. Ltd. This material may be distributed subject to the
       terms and conditions set forth in the Open Publication License, v 1.0, 8 June 1999.
       http://opencontent.org/openpub/.

AUTHORS
       opengl.org

opengl.org				    06/10/2014			      GLDELETEPROGRAM(3G)
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