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Turbo Pascal for Windows - Colour??

Turbo Pascal for Windows - Colour??

Turbo Pascal for Windows - Colour??

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I would like a definitive answer to the question, is it possible to have colours other than black when using Turbo Pascal for Windows 1.5. If yes - how?
Many thanks.

RE: Turbo Pascal for Windows - Colour??

well, the unit wincrt has no procedure to change the text-Color, but you can write your own console using the windows-api.

RE: Turbo Pascal for Windows - Colour??

have you ever heard of Delphi?

It is Like A Visual Basic style Pascal...

Basically, Borland's answer to microsoft's VB

It is pretty neat... (personally I prefer Basic but Delphi is GREAT for programing pascal in windows)

If you are still using Windows 1.5...

I can't help you though.

Good Luck

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or at least the most fun
-Josh Stribling

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