similiar to gotoxy

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    Sir Mister Insane Sako Klinerr1's Avatar
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    similiar to gotoxy

    is there a code that is ansi standard that is similiar to gotoxy?
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    Could you rephrase that?

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    I think klinerr1 is asking if there is a function that is part of the standard C library rather than <conio.h> that moves the cursor in a console based program to a given position.
    As far as I know there isn't. If you find one, let me know.

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    >is there a code that is ansi standard that is similiar to gotoxy?
    No, there's no portable way to create the functionality of gotoxy.

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    well actualy im trying to place the x/y location of a cout..
    its not THAT importnant but it would make thigns easier for me.
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