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How may I output some text vertically (i.e. rotate the text by 90°) using Borland C++ 4.5
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If you are writing a Windows program, you can create your own font by using CreateFont() function. Focus on the two parameters: nEscapement and nOrientation. But, if you are writing a MS-DOS program, it is not so easy. You have to draw it under graphics mode.

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