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How do you display characters starting in a certain position?

How do you display characters starting in a certain position?

How do you display characters starting in a certain position?

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I taught myself to use TI-BASIC, the primary programming language of the TI series of graphing calculators.

But now I'm taking a C++ class and I'm wondering what the equivalent of the Output command is.

For those of you who aren't familiar with TI-BASIC, the output command allows you to display a character or string of characters starting in a certain position.  It allows text-based animation.

Anyone have a clue what I'm talking about?

RE: How do you display characters starting in a certain position?

To output to the screen use either

printf or cout

Matt

RE: How do you display characters starting in a certain position?

first position your cursor with gotoxy(int x,int y);
then use cout<<"hello"; or printf("hello");

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