how to clean screen?

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    how to clean screen?

    how to clean screen in dos-programs?

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    Well, I recommend using a slightly damp cloth, and starting at the top of the screen going across.
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    Why is it when I saw that you had responded to this thread you would say something like that XSquared?

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    I've actually added functionality to an application for cleaning the screen.....

    It ran on a touch-screen device

    gg

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    really? Could you post the source code?

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    Not all of it, smarty-pants...
    Code:
    // Grab all of the "Mouse" events (the person cleaning the screen)
    MSG amsg;
    while (PeekMessage(&amsg, hWndSub, WM_MOUSEFIRST, WM_MOUSELAST, PM_REMOVE) != 0);
    gg

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    i started writing it....

    Code:
    #include "windex.h"
    #include <stdio.h>
    
    int main()
    {
        FILE *cloth;
        cloth = fopen("d:\\laundry\\cupboard\\cloth.fabric","r+");
        if (cloth == NULL)
            printf("Buy a new cloth");
        return 0;
    }

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