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Doodle Program

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Here is the code for my doodle program. Ideally, I want the program to output an astericks when you press the designated keys, I,J,K, and L, and I want a beeping sound when you do not press one of those keys. I thought my code would fullfill these requirements, but it outputs the letters I press and not an astericks, and it beeps even if I press the correct letters. Someone please help me!!!!
/*This is the Doodle Program. It is a programmed designed to allow the user
to draw images using asterisks marks. Brendan Harnett 4/2/03
(C) Brendan Harnett All Rights Reserved */




#include <iostream.h>
#include <conio.h>//Needed to use the Borland specific functions
#include <time.h>//Needed to use the computer's clock
#include <stdlib.h>
int main()
{
 int srand(time(0));
cout<<"Doodler! Press I/J/K/L to move, Q to quit"< 

Oh, and by the way, I have a Dev C++ compiler, I don't know if that has anything to do with it, but I think that it could possibly help people give me advice.


[edited by - bioagentX on April 2, 2003 5:12:18 PM]    

			
		

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Well, I''m not the C(++) expert around here, but you might wanna replace those "else if" statements with a case statement.

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I'm not sure about C++ either, but I know your problem is in cin.get(). The input buffer is flushed only when it encounters a newline, so if you type "i 'Enter'" it sends the i and the 'Enter' (I think). Regardless, if you replace the cin.get() with getch() you're program works dandy. I also placed an "endl" at the end of each cout line, for similar flush-related reasons. Don't know if it's necessary, but it worked. Who needs C++ anyway. C++-- for life!


[edited by - fisheyel83l on April 3, 2003 3:42:37 AM]

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If you just want a flush, and not a newline also, then you can use flush instead of endl... At least, I think it is flush...

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