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I am compiling this under windows 7 but i think this will also not work in windows xp as the compilation error is "BGI Graphics not supported under windows". So what should i do to solve this problem. pls help..
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Solution 3

Don't try and use technology that is no longer supported. Learn to use Windows graphics[^].
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Solution 1

Solve? Problem?!

Congratulations! You've been sleeping way too long. Now, try to wake up.

BGI has died at some 20 years ago or so. It was created by Borland, where Object/Turbo/Delphi Pascal and Delphi, major predecessor of .NET, were created, but BGI was never anything good. Even it 1987, what it was born:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Borland_Graphics_Interface[^].

Forget it like a nightmare and never remember.

—SA
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ghosh arnab 26-Jan-13 3:25am
   
So how can i run c graphics programs? give solution if u can don't avoid it saying it is a nightmare.
   
Decent people say: please...
Especially after being so wrong. I, for example, do.
—SA
   
Oh, I can see, Solution 3 provides appropriate reference.
I hope, it satisfies your interest in software development, for a while.
And, after that, you may take interest in some alternatives: DirectX, .NET, multiplarform GTK+...
There is a lot of stuff...
—SA
ghosh arnab 26-Jan-13 5:04am
   
I asked for solution not for a replacement.
   
Can you follow a simple logic?
Enough for me, sorry...
ghosh arnab 26-Jan-13 5:19am
   
What?
   
:-)
ghosh arnab 26-Jan-13 4:59am
   
That's good. Please give solution decent man.
ghosh arnab 26-Jan-13 5:00am
   
I am interested in .NET
   
For such interest, I should be not that rude. Why would I help more? You won't even say thank you; probably you cannot. Please, read 9,646 of my answers; most of them about .NET. Or don't, it's up to you...
—SA
ghosh arnab 26-Jan-13 5:22am
   
If something i got helpful then i say thanks,i don't find anything helpful in your previous posts so why should i say thanks..
   
Asking question also requires some prerequisites. Forget it. You are no "helpable", sorry. Nothing personal.
And please, let's stop at this point; I don't want to loose patience... :-)
—SA
ghosh arnab 26-Jan-13 5:27am
   
You are MVP! :D
Thanks for your valuable time and comments..
   
You are welcome...
but what, non-MVP would not deserve your help? :-)
—SA

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