If you are doing something in your program that may run very fast on somebody's computer, they might not have time to read the message. They may see a message fly by really quick like, then wonder what your program is doing to their computer. Is there a way to convert the above system call ( forcing choice to continue by default - without the user knowing it ) into something more C-ish? Can you have control over how long a pause will take place, hence giving the user time to read your short -or- long message?Code:printf("I am doing a routine..."); system("choice /c:. /t:.,03 /n >NUL");
Should I look into this post?