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How do you get around in c without using getch.

It seems that it is not ANSI standard.  It seems hard to write anything useful without it.
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First of all not all problems can be solved with ANSI standard. For many problems like screen I/O with special formation, not displaying entered characters, .... you have to use non ANSI functions like getch.

If you want to stay in ANSI use getchar
 
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