I have written a C program (MS 6.0) that is being used on now on a Windows 98 machine that does not have C installed. When they run the program, they do not get the message that I get when I run the program on my machine(which has C installed). I am talking about the message which says something like "press any key to continue ..." or something like that.
Anyway, because of this, they are losing the last few messages that I had printed to the screen from the program, and the dialog just goes away.
Is there a way to put a pause on the dialog that will keep the screen there for them, even though they are not running C itself?
I was thinking of just making them enter a programmed input field to let them exit the program.