how to sleep?

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    how to sleep?

    Just wanted to know how you could make a program sleep. Please give some example code.

    ex:

    video intro to consol app. (scrolling word art)


    thanks

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    Include windows.h in your .cpp
    Code:
    #include <windows.h>
    Then when you want to sleep use:
    Code:
    Sleep(500);
    Note that the parameter is in miliseconds!

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