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Where can I get ueader file <graph.h> for Visual C++?
Someone, please, send it to me...
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There is no header file called <graph.h>  That is not port of the standard C++ library nor is it part of the window SDK library.  

What functions etc are you looking for?  
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Ok, but... I have Visual Studio 6.0. There is NO header file graph.h. But I have searched for DOS graphics in MSDN library, and the result was:
      You need to use graph.h to set DOS graphic mode in Visual C++ 6.0...As I know, header graph.h was present in Visual C++ 4.0.
Actually, if you know other way to use DOS graphics in VC++, please write it.I'll be waiting...
Thanks.
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You can't perform DOS graphics in Visual Studio 5 or 6.  They can't produce DOS programs.  They only produce windows programs.  You need to use one of the old VC versions to produce DOS programs.  (I'm not sure which one was the last that produced DOS programs, but 5 and 6 definitely don't.)  or you need to use windows graphics.
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