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How do i compose a string ( sprintf ) with underlined text ?
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This is impossible in plain C. Underlinded text is a special font or character attribute. For which OS do you need this.
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I need this for a program in a NT system.
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<u>and for what kind of display device?</u>
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I want it for a string in a MessageBox, in a Windows applikation.
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Message boxes cannot display underlined text.

Create a custom dialog with a static text control, and in the WM_INITDIALOG handler of said dialog create an underlined font and set it as the control's font.

Something like that:

    LOGFONT font = { 0 };
    HFONT   hFont;

    font.lfUnderline = TRUE;
    font.lfPitchAndFamily = VARIABLE_PITCH | FF_ROMAN;
    hFont = CreateFontIndirect(&font);
    SendDlgItemMessage(hwnd, IDC_TEXT, WM_SETFONT, (WPARAM)hFont, MAKELPARAM(TRUE, 0));

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