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In QuickBasic I use LOCATE 5,5 command but what I have to use in C++ ? Exemple : IN QB LOCATE 5,5 : PRINT "HELLO" IN C++ WHAT ? C++ is best programming language ! - I''m sorry, I''m from Finland !

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You can't, really. I believe it is in some versions of Borland or something, but in general, this isn't possible. Believe me -- I looked

EDIT: I found this, but it doesn't work in MSVC++ as far as I know:

Magmai Kai Holmlor:
You can do tic-tac-toe using conio.h, which lets you call gotoxy to position the text output cursor, and output some extended ascii. Look at characters 179, 196, & 197


[edited by - Peon on January 31, 2003 4:03:44 PM]

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C++ is best programming language ! - I''m sorry, I''m from Finland !

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