1. why doesn't the ascii character -> (right arrow) work.
every ascii chart I have seen says that this is hex 1A
but it will not work. I get the others to work but not that one.
2 I am writing a dos program that has a menu. I have set up borders around the menu no problem now I want to color the menu. how do I color just the menu background and not the whole screen.
All the ascii charcters below 32 (0x20) have special meanings and for that reason, many of them cannot be displayed on the screen using standard out. 1A is one such charcter. It is the End of FIle (EOF)
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