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Hi, all experts

  Do any body know the ANSCII code for

border like MS WORD (ex. |========) for console program or dos enviroment. I am not really sure it is probably around 2 hundred something...  

Any body have an idea and want to challeng

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by:roaknog
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#include <stdio.h>

void main(){
for(int i= 0; i < 70; i++){
 printf("%c",char(205));}
}
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// for a square
#include <stdio.h>

void main(){
      int c = 0, r = 0, letter = 0, rows = 20, collumns = 40;

      for(r = 0; r < rows+1; r++){
      for(c = 0; c < collumns+1; c++){
// conditions
            if((r == 0 || r == rows) && (c > 0 && c < collumns))letter = 205;//top and bottom
            if(r == 0 && c == 0) letter = 201;// top left
            if(r == 0 && c == collumns)letter = 187;// top right
            if(r == rows && c == 0) letter = 200;// bottom left
            if(r == rows && c == collumns)letter = 188;// botoom right
            if(r > 0 && r < rows && c > 0 && c < collumns)letter = 32;//center
            if((r > 0 && r < rows) && (c == 0 || c == collumns))letter = 186;//sides
      printf("%c",char(letter));}
      printf("\n");}}
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