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How can i make a simple window with a menubar and buttons and use the mouse in a turbo Pascal program?
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If you want to do it completely yourself - it is possible but it is a long way both for answer and for doing.

It seems to be much better to use common libraries, allow one to
customize GUI friendly and easy.
1.TurboVision (the best).
2.TurboProfeccional (more complicated).

Regards, igork.
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