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Hi Guys,
    Do you know how I can turbo debug c/c++ or whatever graphics program in DOS in a way that when I switched to 'User Screen', it won't pop up a messy screen.
And also that how can I turbo debug programs interactively
(when keyboard key in is required)
Thanks
Jacky
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1) You can use "remote debugging" by attaching two computers with a serial cable.
2) You can use two monitors if you can get an old monochrome card.
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And the autograder hits again!
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