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Window Menus In Borland C++ 3.0

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Is anyone knows how to create a window menus for dos using Borland c++ for DOS 3.0 or anyone has a sample code for windows and menus??????
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by:nietod
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What do you mean?  "window menus for DOS"  Is this for a DOS program or a Windows program?
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by:cph
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Have a look in turbo vision, there may have some function which does it...

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Look through the DOS graphics functions and find some functions to make lines. ( line() , lineto(), etc). using redraw techniues, you can draw a box with all your text, seperated by lines, (the menu) when the user clicks in a certain spot. loading the mouse, use the int86 command i think. (in dos), else making menus in dos is hard. i did it, and it doesn't work too well. id suggest staying in a windows/unix environ.
 
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by:AlexVirochovsky
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It is very  hard to do Menu in Windows Style, but you
can make Menu in Borland Style using TurboVision
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