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I am a new programmer learning Turbo C.  Can anyone give me the Turbo C source code for a program
that uses pull down menu, combo box or list box?
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SlartiConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I have BC 3.1 too, and it comes with an object-oriented text-mode GUI system that will do everything you need and more. It is sort of similar to programming in Visual C, although less intuitive and somewhat more work. The interface is called TurboVision and is fully documented in the BC documentation. I'll admit it's not trivial, but it's not terrible if you are willing to do a minimal amount of C++. There are some example programs too, and a tutorial.
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duneramCommented:
I haven't looked at turbo c in quite a while, but there should be an example directory on the software you installed.  In that set of examples should be stuff you are looking for.

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bing031398Commented:
Wow Heavy!
Haven't seen any yet.
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arun_taCommented:
(Although I'm not sure about the name of the book) I suggest you to go through "TurboC - Screen Input Output & Memory Resident Utilities..."(1988) by Al Stevens. You will find an excellent C library that will serve you quite well.
 
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arun_taCommented:
(Although I'm not sure about the name of the book) I suggest you to go through "TurboC - Screen Input Output & Memory Resident Utilities..."(1988) by Al Stevens. You will find an excellent C library that will serve you quite well.
 
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duneramCommented:
I have the original bc 3.1 cd and on it they just give samples (runtimes) of what turbo c can do...
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saneesh100Commented:
          Are u using dos or windows platform ?? please specify
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