I'm writing a C++ console Tic Tac Toe game where the players enter coordinates to place the X's and the O's. It should look like that:
Where x and y are input. But by pressing enter it skips a line so the output is messed up.Code:Enter coordinates: (x, y)
Is there a way to use cin so that it doesn't skip the line when pressing enter?
Here's the code snippet:
Code:cout << endl; cout << "Enter coordinates: ("; cin >> x; cout << ", "; cin >> y; cout << ")" << endl;