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can someone please tell me where i can find out all the functions that are used for dos programming like all the functions in stdlib.h, conio.h, etc and if u can, can u please tell me some very important functions that i need to knoe thanx

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haha buddy you answered your own question... load up any of those header files into a text editor...

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hah

those dam header files dont comment themselves good enough
i dont knoe wat any of them do

all i see is #define blah blah blah

and functions that dont say wat they do



this sux

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Maybe try going and reading a DOS programming tutorial? Or, if you really want to learn, buy a book from amazon or chapters.

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i knoe dos programming
its just that i never made a game in dos

only little windows stuff...


i want a list of all the functions im gonna hafta search hard and far for it

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Goto http://www.idrive.com/druidgames/ and download my BCHelp.zip file (that I stole from a really old copy of Borland that I own ). Open it, and type in the name (for example: stdio.h) of a standard header file, then select that option. It will list the functions (and some other stuff) about that file. Click on any of the functions, and it will describe that function. Most of the functions have example with them also.

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i bow down before ure great wisdom
THANK U THANK U THANK U!!!

that is just what i needed!!!
now i can actually do some work!!

are u god??

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quote:

are u god??



Why yes, yes I am.

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