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#include iostream.h #include conio.h int main() { textcolor(RED); cout<<"shit!....."; getch(); return 0; } OR #include iostream.h #include conio.h int main() { textcolor(RED); printf ("DOH!"); getch(); return 0; } and what exactly does printf do?? i''m trying to get an output with colored words and a colored background..but i don''t know how to do it it doesn''t seem to work on dev c=+ what this is..and i don''t think its right either could someone help me fix this up?.. thx

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one more thing
what i''m doing really is making a typing game in C++ code
and i REALLLLLYY need some help on this
we''re trying to integrate some games into this to make it more interesting
any tips?
I''m really desparate! my basic knowledge of C++ just doesn''t seem to be enough

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i tried using your line of code..but STILL..it doesn''t work!
i get errors like
implicit declaration of function ''int textcolor(...)
implicit delcaration of function ''int cprintf(...)''
i don''t know..is it my compiler that i''m using?..why does it still not work?

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