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    Drawing

    Is there a function that looks like this:

    drawline(x, y);


    I think the function explains itself...
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    No standard function.

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    Normally to draw a line you need 2 points, a starting point and an ending point.
    This function will depend on what operating system you are using.
    Is this DOS? Windows? Linux? Unix? MacOs?

    This is a nice generalized tutorial
    http://www.cfxweb.net/~aggrav8d/tutorials/line1.html
    Search for Bresenham's algorithm. It deals with drawing lines

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    Maybee you are thinking of MFC LineTo(Cpoint)
    ~barjor

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