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I am doing c++ refering robert lafore. Ther ehe is using the msoftcon.h for graphics.I could download the .h file, but to my knowledge we require a .c file also. where can I get it. Mine is a used book and it doesnt have a cd with it.
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Try looking for msoftcon.cpp.
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Ok, so I have no idea why those files don't contain C code, but try this one instead:

http://pie.keene.edu/Courses/2000-01/Spr01/Cs490-S03/lectures/Lecture%20%231%20-%20Objects/Objects%201/Circle%20%233/msoftcon.cpp

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