how to get 50x50 arrays fully shown?

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    how to get 50x50 arrays fully shown?

    basically I'm trying to output 50x50 arrays under Dos, but it seems Dos cant show more than 24-25 rows in one screen; although +50 colums don't seem much of a problem.

    How would one solve this?

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    Output to a file instead, then view it in a text editor. Depends what you're doing really.
    When all else fails, read the instructions.
    If you're posting code, use code tags: [code] /* insert code here */ [/code]

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    Or switch to Linux, where the consoles are wider...


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    Originally posted by Imperito
    Or switch to Linux, where the consoles are wider...

    no they're not, unless you're talking about xterm and friends
    hello, internet!

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    Yeah they are. At least, they can be. Maybe yours aren't by default, but they certainly can get bigger.

    I've got on my text consoles set to 138 characters wide right now. Quite a bit of elbow room. Of course anything running in an X session is as wide as the window manager lets it be.

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