I've been fooling around with some things and have come to a situation I'm not sure how to deal with.
I'm using code::blocks in xp with the curses library.
I have a function:
It prints your message at row,col on the console one letter at a time, waiting a little bit between each letter.
void type(int row, int col, char mesg, int delay)
mvprintw(row, col+i, "%c", mesg[i]);
This works fine, but what I want to do is type out two messages simultaneously.
I've looked around google and these forums but everything I've seen on multithreading is way over my head. So I suppose what I'm looking for is an easy to understand method of running two instances of a function simultaneously, or a multithreading lesson aimed at semi-new programmers.