scrolling text in the body

This is a discussion on scrolling text in the body within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; I am currently learning 'C' and would like to know if it is possible to get the body of my ...

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    scrolling text in the body

    I am currently learning 'C' and would like to know if it is possible to get the body of my screen to scroll.

    i.e. I have a header title and a footer message that i wish to remain on and in the same place but require the body content to scroll. Is this possible

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    Windows ... Unix ..... ???? Maybe suggest you try the board suited to your OS.
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    Hi

    This is possible, umm but for a console app it requires quite a bit of work.

    Then again anything is possible with pc.

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    Scrolling text - courtesy of Google
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    yes

    u can do it with movetext(int left, int top,int right, int bottom, int leftdest, int topdest);

    u can move the text in rectangles. give souce and destination rectangles

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    You can do it very fast in assembly, even in console mode. But since you said you are learning I won't go into the asm right now.

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    > movetext(int left, int top,int right, int bottom, int leftdest, int topdest);
    That doesn't sound standard to me.
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