Thread: Dos Graphics Libraries.

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    Question Dos Graphics Libraries.

    Does anyone have a link or two to a good graphics library that works with Borland C++ 4.52

    also, I need help in figuring out how to capture mouse movements, clicks, and so forth. If there is a tut for this, please post links to tuts.

    Thanks much

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  2. #2
    U've posted your message in Dos Programming so I assume that you want to make graphics in Dos. The best way to do it is BGI. Borland Graphic Interface... I dont know which compiler you are using but I would recommend U to bue or download a good Borland Compiler.... Not a free version 5.55 or something like that... no... A real compiler!!! But there are also other possibilities to do graphisc.... for example asembler... mail me if U want to get some graphic codes for lines, circles, and other cool things.... I can even mail ya my dos game----- just mail :

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    Well he DID title his email DOS Graphics Libraries. As far as mouse movement goes, I believe you read it in from the port. Java has some functions which do it all for you, so you might want to look at that to get some good ideas.

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